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Portrait of Jan Bernd Bicker, 1776, now at the Amsterdam Museum. Louis-Bernard Coclers was born at Maestricht in 1740. He was instructed by his father, Jan Baptist Coclers. He passed three years in Italy, and after his return he painted portraits and cabinet pieces, in the manner of Mieris, Metsu, and Schalken at Maestricht, Nimeguen, Dordrecht, and Leyden, where he settled in 1769. Compromised politically, he left Holland in 1787, and went to Paris, where he remained several years. He again returned and resided at Amsterdam, where he painted portraits and cabinet pictures, which he exhibited from the year 1808 to 1813. One of his pictures is in the Museum of that city. He died at Liège in 1817. He was also a print-seller, and engraved 166 plates; they are signed with a cipher, or his initials. Engraving after Frans Hals' Malle Babbe. Among his best plates may be mentioned: An Old Woman with an Owl; after F. Hals. (pictured) A Dutch Gentleman reading and smoking. References This article incorporates text from the article "COCLERS, Louis Bernard" in Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers by Michael Bryan, edited by Robert Edmund Graves and Sir Walter Armstrong, an 1889 publication now in the public domain. Persondata Name Coclers, Louis-Bernard Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1740 Place of birth Maastricht Date of death 1817 Place of death Liège This article about a Dutch painter is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e