Gustave Coquiot

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Gustave Coquiot
Born 24 September 1865
Puits (Côte-d'Or)
Died 6 June 1926(1926-06-06) (aged 60)
Paris
Occupation Art critic, writer

Gustave Coquiot (24 September 1865 – 6 June 1926) was a French art critic and writer. A collector of paintings by Maurice Utrillo, he also was one of Auguste Rodin's secretaries.

Theatre[edit]

Essais[edit]

  • 1912 :Le vrai J.-K. Huysmans
  • 1913: Toulouse Lautrec, Auguste Blaizot (fr) publisher
  • 1913: Le Vrai Rodin
  • 1917: Rodin à l'Hôtel de Biron et à Meudon, Ollendorff, Paris, (Online)
  • 1921: Vagabondages, illustrated by Henri Epstein (fr)
  • 1923: Vincent Van Gogh
  • 1924: Georges Seurat
  • 1925: Renoir
  • 1914: Cubistes, Futuristes, Passéistes. Essai sur la Jeune Peinture et la Jeune Sculpture. Avec 48 reproductions. 5e édition. Paris, Ollendorff (n.d. ca. 1920). 277 pp. [First edition was published in 1914 and had 24 plates in phototypie]
  • 1927: Des Gloires déboulonnées avec 16 reproductions hors texte nouvelle édition 1927, André Delpeuch (fr) publisher.

Portraits[edit]

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