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Pair of Vintage Coco Chanel Clip On Earrings Costume Jewelry
By Coco Chanel
Located in Swedesboro, NJ
Dimensions: L: 1 3/8in W: 1 3/8in This Pair of Vintage Coco Chanel Clip On Earrings are truly
Category

20th Century French Art Deco Collectible Jewelry

Materials

Metal

Pair of French Gilt Metal Ear of Wheat Sconces Inspired By Coco Chanel, Wired
By Coco Chanel
Located in Atlanta, GA
sconces are not just lighting fixtures but pieces of art that celebrate the enduring legacy of Coco Chanel
Category

20th Century French Wall Lights and Sconces

Materials

Metal

Coco Chanel - Mademoiselle, Drawing, Pen & Ink on Watercolor Paper
Located in Yardley, PA
Coco Chanel, Gabrielle the world-famous French fashion designer The French Kiss Art Collection
Category

2010s Other Art Style Drawings and Watercolor Paintings

Materials

Pen

Coco Chanel
By Robin Austin
Located in Palm Beach, FL
"I never wanted to weight more heavily on a man than a bird"- Coco Chanel. Dye sublimation metal
Category

2010s Portrait Photography

Coco Chanel
Coco Chanel
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H 55.12 in W 37.8 in D 0.4 in
CoCo Chanel
By André Monet
Located in Montreal, Quebec
mediums in fine art. He worked in fashion and advertisement before he dedicated himself to be a full time
Category

2010s Contemporary Portrait Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media, Panel

Coco Chanel II
Located in New York, NY
interactive series, QontRast, merging traditional portraiture, and digital art, explores the endless
Category

2010s Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Canvas, Lenticular

Coco Chanel II
Coco Chanel II
H 31.5 in W 31.5 in
Coco Chanel
By Robin Austin
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Dye-Sublimation print on aluminum
Category

2010s Contemporary More Prints

Materials

Metal

Coco Chanel
Coco Chanel
H 55.12 in W 37.8 in
Love Chanel-contemporary mixed media artwork portrait young Coco Chanel pop art
By Devin Miles
Located in Hamburg, DE
the young Coco Chanel. The mixed media work on canvas creates an impressive depth and three
Category

2010s Pop Art Mixed Media

Materials

Epoxy Resin, Cotton Canvas, Mixed Media

Coco Chanel, Paris
By Horst P. Horst
Located in New York, NY
Signed by the photographer.
Category

1930s Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

CoCo Chanel, Paris, 1937
By Horst P. Horst
Located in Santa Monica, CA
Horst P. Horst 1906-1999 CoCo Chanel, Paris, 1937 Signed, titled, dated in pencil and stamped on
Category

1930s Black and White Photography

Materials

Platinum

Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957 -- Photographed for Life in 1957, Coco Chanel is seen "in her 30 million
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957 -- Photographed for Life in 1957, Coco Chanel is seen "in her 30 million
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957 -- Photographed for Life in 1957, Coco Chanel is seen "in her 30 million
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957 -- Photographed for Life in 1957, Coco Chanel is seen "in her 30 million
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Shrugs, 1957 -- Photographed for Life in 1957, Coco Chanel is seen "in her 30 million
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls at Louveciennes with an unidentified male
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls at Louveciennes with an unidentified male
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls at Louveciennes with an unidentified male
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls at Louveciennes with an unidentified male
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls at Louveciennes with an unidentified male
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Number 5: For Coco Chanel & Joe Dimaggio / pop art collectable
By Kim Frohsin
Located in Burlingame, CA
'Number 5: For Coco Chanel & Joe Dimaggio'. As seen in Frohsin's Book, Portrait's of Numbers, 2010
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Paintings

Materials

Mixed Media

"Dripping Dots - Coco in Ibiza" Pop Art Chanel Perfume Bottle Oil Painting
By Cindy Shaoul
Located in New York, NY
This piece is part of an exciting new collection depicting iconic "Coco Chanel" with the artists
Category

2010s Pop Art Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Mixed Media, Oil

"Dripping Dots - Coco in Portofino" Pop Art Chanel Perfume Bottle Oil Painting
By Cindy Shaoul
Located in New York, NY
This piece is part of an exciting new collection depicting iconic "Coco Chanel" with the artists
Category

2010s Pop Art Abstract Paintings

Materials

Canvas, Mixed Media, Oil

Coco Chanel Icon III /// Contemporary Street Pop Art Painting Fashion Model
By Jack Graves III
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Jack Graves III (American, 1988-) Title: "Coco Chanel Icon III" Series: Icon *Signed by
Category

2010s Contemporary Portrait Paintings

Materials

Acrylic, Canvas, Paint

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates how one must contort oneself to get
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates how one must contort oneself to get
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates how one must contort oneself to get
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates how one must contort oneself to get
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Sitting, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates how one must contort oneself to get
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls alone at Louveciennes. Mark Shaw's informal
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls alone at Louveciennes. Mark Shaw's informal
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls alone at Louveciennes. Mark Shaw's informal
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls alone at Louveciennes. Mark Shaw's informal
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Chanel Strolls Alone, 1957 -- Coco Chanel strolls alone at Louveciennes. Mark Shaw's informal
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, 1957 -- Coco Chanel, photographed in 1957, was famous for using huge jewels
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, 1957 -- Coco Chanel, photographed in 1957, was famous for using huge jewels
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, 1957 -- Coco Chanel, photographed in 1957, was famous for using huge jewels
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, 1957 -- Coco Chanel, photographed in 1957, was famous for using huge jewels
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, 1957 -- Coco Chanel, photographed in 1957, was famous for using huge jewels
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shares Champagne, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
images of Coco Chanel were created using an unobtrusive 35mm camera and film processing methods that
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shares Champagne, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
images of Coco Chanel were created using an unobtrusive 35mm camera and film processing methods that
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shares Champagne, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
images of Coco Chanel were created using an unobtrusive 35mm camera and film processing methods that
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shares Champagne, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
images of Coco Chanel were created using an unobtrusive 35mm camera and film processing methods that
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Shares Champagne, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
images of Coco Chanel were created using an unobtrusive 35mm camera and film processing methods that
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, Color, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Color Portrait of Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, 1957 -- Chanel visits with Jeanne Moreau, the
Category

1950s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, Color, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Color Portrait of Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, 1957 -- Chanel visits with Jeanne Moreau, the
Category

1950s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, Color, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Color Portrait of Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, 1957 -- Chanel visits with Jeanne Moreau, the
Category

1950s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, Color, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Color Portrait of Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, 1957 -- Chanel visits with Jeanne Moreau, the
Category

1950s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, Color, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Color Portrait of Coco Chanel and Jeanne Moreau, 1957 -- Chanel visits with Jeanne Moreau, the
Category

1950s Modern Color Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel, Paris, 1937, Horst P. Horst
By Horst P. Horst
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: ​Horst P. Horst (1906-1999) Title: Coco Chanel, Paris, 1937 Year: 1937 Medium: Silver
Category

1930s Pop Art Black and White Photography

Materials

Silver Gelatin

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957 -- Coco Chanel creates jewelry in her workroom. She works with
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957 -- Coco Chanel creates jewelry in her workroom. She works with
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957 -- Coco Chanel creates jewelry in her workroom. She works with
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957 -- Coco Chanel creates jewelry in her workroom. She works with
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Coco Creates Jewelry, Front, 1957 -- Coco Chanel creates jewelry in her workroom. She works with
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates why her clothes are NOT for the
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates why her clothes are NOT for the
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates why her clothes are NOT for the
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates why her clothes are NOT for the
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

Coco Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957
By Mark Shaw
Located in New York, NY
Chanel Demonstrates Her Clothes, 1957 -- Coco Chanel demonstrates why her clothes are NOT for the
Category

1950s Modern Black and White Photography

Materials

Giclée

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Coco Chanel Art For Sale on 1stDibs

Find the exact piece of coco chanel art you’re shopping for in the variety available on 1stDibs. There are many Modern, Contemporary and Impressionist versions of these works for sale. If you’re looking for an item from our selection of coco chanel art from a specific time period, our collection is diverse and broad-ranging, and you’ll find at least one that dates back to the 20th Century while another version may have been produced as recently as the 21st Century. On 1stDibs, the right choice in our collection of coco chanel art is waiting for you and the choices span a range of colors that includes black, gray, beige and blue. There have been many interesting object in our assortment of coco chanel art examples over the years, but those made by Mark Shaw, Douglas Kirkland, Cindy Shaoul, Horst P. Horst and Devin Miles are often thought to be among the most thought-provoking. These artworks were handmade with extraordinary care, with artists most often working in digital print, giclée print and inkjet print.

How Much is a Coco Chanel Art?

The average selling price for a piece of coco chanel art we offer is $2,500, while they’re typically $399 on the low end and $20,000 for the highest priced.
Questions About Coco Chanel Art
  • 1stDibs ExpertJanuary 4, 2022
    Coco Chanel, born Gabrielle Chanel in France in 1883, was a fashion designer who got her nickname during her short-lived career as a cabaret singer. In 1910, she opened a boutique in Paris to sell her hats, which were beloved by the popular French actresses of the era. Her success with hats led her to open the first Chanel Couture House five years later, where she designed and sold women’s sportswear made of jersey — which until then was used to make men’s underwear. Her revolutionary style catapulted her to fame, and in the decades that followed, Coco Chanel remained on the cutting edge of fashion, creating modern, timeless clothing, perfumes and accessories — and, of course, her iconic bags, which are revered to this day. Shop a collection of Chanel from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 13, 2023
    Coco Chanel was influential because she reimagined apparel typically reserved for men, like blazers in feminine cuts and softer fabrics. Effortless and elegant, Chanel's designs promoted comfort and grace in women’s wear that had been dominated in the previous century by complicated layers of fabric and cumbersome corsets. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Chanel pieces from some of the world's top boutiques.
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 27, 2024
    Coco Chanel is most famous for founding the luxury French fashion house Chanel in 1910. In addition, she is known for creating the first-ever handbag to feature a shoulder strap, the 2.55 Flap Bag, in 1955. Chanel also created the little black dress in 1926. On 1stDibs, find a variety of Chanel apparel, bags, shoes and accessories.
  • 1stDibs ExpertNovember 21, 2023
    Coco Chanel used many bags over the course of her life, but there is little information about which specific bags she carried. There are accounts that the acclaimed designer sported her iconic 2.55 Flap Bag, which was the first bag to ever feature a shoulder strap when it debuted in 1955. Some say that she used the hidden zipper compartment in the quilted shoulder bag to hide love letters from an admirer. On 1stDibs, shop a wide variety of Chanel bags.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 15, 2024
    After Coco died, Yvonne Dudel, Jean Cazaubon and Philippe Guibourgé took over Chanel. During the early 1970s, Jacques Wertheimer purchased the controlling interest in the French fashion house, and his son, Alain Wertheimer, took over for him in 1974. Karl Lagerfeld became the creative director of Chanel in 1983 and served in the role until his death in 2019. On 1stDibs, shop a range of Chanel apparel, bags and accessories.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 3, 2024
    Coco Chanel's most famous design is arguably either the 2.55 Flap Bag or the little black dress. In 1926, Chanel introduced her first little black dress, reclaiming a color that had once been reserved for mourning and working-class women. At the time, Vogue referred to it as Chanel's Ford, a reference to the Henry Ford Co. automobiles that were reshaping the automobile industry. Similarly, the little black dress was a landmark in fashion design. The earliest designs for the 2.55 Flap Bag date back to the 1920s, when Chanel began dabbling in designs for a woman's handbag that included a shoulder strap. In 1955, she finally introduced the bag, which gained fame as the first-ever shoulder bag (or one of the earliest) and it remains iconic to this day. Shop a diverse assortment of Chanel apparel, bags and accessories on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    There are a number of Chanel Coco Handle bags available. The bag, also known as the Flap Bag with Handle, comes in mini, small, standard and large sizes. Classic materials include grained calfskin and smooth lambskin. Chanel also produced the bag in tweed and velvet in the past. On 1stDibs, find a variety of Chanel handbags.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 4, 2024
    The first Coco Chanel fashion shows were reportedly held on rue Cambon in Paris.

    The first Chanel shop was established in 1910 in the French capital at 31 rue Cambon by the young milliner Gabrielle Chanel, who had picked up the nickname "Coco" while working as a club singer. The boutique drew the attention of the Parisian fashion elite who popularized her wide-brimmed Chanel Modes hats. The ground floor housed the boutique, while the area upstairs was utilized for a salon for couture fittings as well as a space for models to show off Chanel's present collections.

    Find vintage Chanel handbags, clothing and accessories on 1stDibs.

  • 1stDibs ExpertDecember 12, 2023
    Coco Chanel made the quilted purse known as the 2.55 to solve a problem. The handbags that were available during the early 20th century were often hard to carry because they only had handles. Chanel added a chain strap to the 2.55, giving women the freedom to sling it over their shoulders for easy carrying. As to why the 2.55 featured diamond quilting, she was enamored with the pattern, which she first encountered on saddle cloths, groom's jackets and horse blankets at a friend's stables, and introduced it to her designs in the 1920s. By the time the 2.55 debuted in 1955, diamond quilting had become synonymous with the French fashion house. On 1stDibs, explore a wide variety of Chanel bags.
  • 1stDibs ExpertJune 15, 2023
    Coco Chanel first made the little black dress popular in 1926. That year, Vogue magazine referred to the dress as Chanel’s Model T as a way to describe how the approachable design was something the average woman could wear, just as Ford’s Model T automobile made it possible for more everyday people to own a car. On 1stDibs, find a selection of Chanel dresses.