Jean-Michel Coulon painted in the greatest secrecy until his death at the end of 2014; he did not let anyone enter his studio and he never showed his painting, even to his relatives.
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|Number of pages||207|
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More than 600 paintings were discovered the day after his death at the opening of his studio. Because he had lost the use of his legs, he had not been able to work there for several years.
Due to its recent discovery and the absence of comments left by the artist, the overall vision of the work of Jean-Michel Coulon is being considered and subject to discussion.
The art historian Lydia Harambourg proposes some answers in this first monograph of Jean-Michel Coulon.
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