Charlotte De Cock | Marie-Antoinette by Charlotte De Cock
Charlotte De Cock. A series of Marie Antoinette paintings. Atypical, mischievous and humorous scenes of Antoinette in the 18th century. Martin Schmidt from Gallery DiMeo in Paris called her style, Rock Baroque.
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Art Collection 2 Marie-Antoinette by Charlotte De Cock
Date

20 November

Category
Marie Antoinette
About This Project

In 2009 De Cock’s first exhibition was with Frank Van Laer in Antwerp of a series of Marie Antoinette paintings. The collection was of atypical, mischievous and humorous scenes of Antoinette in the 18th century. The exhibition was a success, with all works sold at the Vernissage. Martin Schmidt from Gallery DiMeo in Paris called her style, ‘Rock Baroque ‘.