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Ted CoConis’ Exotic Ladies

Artist Ted CoConis is 85 years old and creates classic oil paintings of exotic ladies originally inspired by Parisian life and women he saw over 30 years ago on rue St. Denis. These women were lounging in cafés and strolling down the street wearing feathers and lace. His illustrative works are richly detailed. The artist is still inspired by the City of Light and he continues to visit Paris each year. See more after the jump!


Artist Ted CoConis is 85 years old and creates classic oil paintings of exotic ladies originally inspired by Parisian life and women he saw over 30 years ago on rue St. Denis. These women were lounging in cafés and strolling down the street wearing feathers and lace. His illustrative works are richly detailed. The artist is still inspired by the City of Light and he continues to visit Paris each year.






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