/ (French kwapɛl) /

  1. Antoine. 1661–1722, French baroque painter, noted esp for his large biblical compositions

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How to use Coypel in a sentence

  • Charles Coypel had gained fame by a set of hangings in which scenes were taken from Don Quixote.

    The Tapestry Book | Helen Churchill Candee
  • In Coypel Chardin found a master of very different calibre—a teacher after his own heart.

    Chardin | Paul G. Konody
  • He looked like one of Coypel's or Gainsborough's beautiful portraits.

    The Queen's Necklace | Alexandre Dumas pre
  • Charles Coypel was but twenty when he composed the first design for this suite.

    The Tapestry Book | Helen Churchill Candee
  • The tapestries are Gobelins, by Coypel, director of the Gobelin establishment.

    The Kensington District | Geraldine Edith Mitton