(1902 - 1990)
Colette Pope Heldner was active/lived in Minnesota, Louisiana. Colette Heldner is known for urban-landscape, structures.
The following information was submitted in June of 2006 by Cornelia C. Moynihan of Moynihan Fine Art:
Colette Pope Heldner (1902-1990) was married to the noted Swedish-born artist Knute Heldner (1877-1952). He had been established in Duluth, Minnesota, before they settled in New Orleans in 1923, residing on St Peters Street in the French Quarter (Vieux Carre).
She was known for her impressionist style, painting scenes of the city's picturesque courtyards and favorite haunts of the local artists and musicians, plus darker atmospheric landscapes of the surrounding countryside, sometimes with figures included but not predominant. A number of her works bore the title "Swamp Idyl - Louisiana Bayou Country" but were varied in con ... Displaying 750 of 2106 characters.