Oil on canvas
Signed lower right
Provenance: Collection Ghent (label on the back)
Oscar Coddron was a Belgian painter, known for his post-impressionist landscape paintings and drawings.
Oscar Coddron was a professor at the Royal Academy of Art in Gent (Gand) Belgium during the majority of his artistic career from the early 20th Century until the 1950's. He lived in Latem, in a country 'villa' near the Leie (Lys) river, in a then rural area (now a suburb) just outside of Gent.
In Laatem he became good friends with a social circle of many other Belgian-Flemish artists of that time ('the Leie school'), including Gust and Leon De Smet, De Sadeleer, Saverijs and others.
Coddron was primarily a post-impressionist landscape artist who worked in oil, but also did a number of of pen and ink and pencil work drawings.
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