Jacques Coquerel (b. 1933) (i) Camel in the desert, (ii) Aboriginal man

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watercolour on paper (i) signed and dated ‘J Coquerel 62’ (lower right) (ii) signed and dated ‘J Coquerel 63’ (lower left) (i) 33 x 50 cm, (ii) 49,5 x 32,5 cm Born in Barcelona, artist and illustrator Ignasi Visal was the son of the writer Cosme Vidal i Rosich (known as «Josep Aladern». In 1939 Vidal immigrated to Monaco because of the Spanish Civil War. He had personal exhibitions in Barcelona (1931, 1932), Monte Carlo (1941, 1958), a retrospective in Nice (1959) in Alabama in 1979, and participated in group exhibitions such as: Salons de Printemps, Barcelona and Salons d’Automne, Madrid (1931, 1932, 1933), Salons d’Automne in Paris (1948-1952), Salons de Malmaison (1982). Ignasi Vidal was a vice-president of the UNESCO Comite d’Arts Plastiques for Monaco.