Coene, Jean-Baptiste (1805-1850)

Coene, Jean-Baptiste (1805-1850)

Jean-Baptiste Coene was a Belgian artist predominantly known for finely executed landscapes in the romantic tradition. He was trained by his father, Constantin Coene (1779-1841), and exhibited at the Brussels Salon.


Brussels Salon.



Born in Vilvoorde, Belgium, to Constantin Coene, a genre painter. His father married Marie Thérèse Julie Coene (nee Depreter) in 1802, so this is probably his mother.

Taught by his father who was a teacher at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp.


Died in Brussels.

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