He studied with the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in $the Hague between 1963 and 1969. In 1968, he moves with Amsterdam and starts to expose in 1982.
He draws his influences from the traditional tradition of the 17th century and the Dutch impressionists (George Hendrik Breitner, Isaac Israëls and Jacob Husbands). The work of Koppelaar is attached to a figurative movement in contemporary painting Dutchwoman who evolved/moved during the Années 1990 in reaction to the Conceptual art extinct and to the too pompeuses theories of the art of this period.
With time, its style evolved to a simpler approach, more direct. About 1984, he recognized himself more in any movement of Article.
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