About Colette Pope Heldner Art
Though she was born in Waupaca, Wisconsin, Colette Pope Heldner was inspired by the landscapes of the American South and the architecture of New Orleans. She frequently painted scenes of the New Orleans French Quarter and Louisianian swamps. She painted in a unique, expressionistic style which was inspired greatly by the impressionist works of her husband, Knute Heldner, and a trip they made together to Europe. After he died, she forged her own successful art career.
Colette Pope Heldner was born in 1902 and died in 1990. In that time, she painted many hundreds of New Orleans works. You can find many of these works for sale in art galleries and online today.
Where to Find Art by Colette Pope Heldner
If you’re looking to buy art by Heldner, there are several places you can look. First of all, if you find yourself in the city of New Orleans, you may find Heldner art simply by searching through local galleries in the French Quarter and visiting auctions. But if you aren’t in New Orleans or you’d like to browse Heldner’s pieces without leaving your home, I’d recommend searching online.
So let’s say you’re looking for a quick, easy way to find art online. You might want to check out eBay. The main advantage of eBay is that there is a large number of sellers. This means you can find pretty much anything with ease. The main problem with eBay is that it depends on a variety of online sellers. Not all of these sellers are dependable — it’s very possible for people to scam you.
If you’re looking for a dependable seller of online New Orleans art, including pieces by Colette Pope Heldner, I recommend you check out our website, New Orleans Art Exchange. We sell a variety of artwork by New Orleans artists and with a New Orleans theme. We also offer a 125% satisfaction guarantee so that you can be confident in your purchase.