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Maximilien Luce

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Maximilien Luce was born in Paris in 1858. After a training at the Decorative Arts Scholl, he studies etching (1872). Then, he takes classes at the Swiss Academy followed by the Fine Arts School. After his meeting with Pissaro, Seurat and Signac, Luce totally immerses himself in the impressionist world, all together they set up the neo-impressionist movement. Coming from the...

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Original signed lithograph de  : The Thames in London
The Thames in London
Circa 1900 Original lithograph, titled and signed in pencil by the artist. Unknown

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)

Catalogue(s) raisonné(s)
* « Maximilien Luce : L'œuvre peint », Jean Bouin-Luce, Denise Bazetoux, vol. I et II, Ed. JBL, Paris, 1986 * « Maximilien Luce : L'œuvre peint », Denise Bazetoux, vol. III, Ed. Avril graphique, Paris, 2005 All the "catalogues raisonnés"

Bibliographic track & more

To read from or about the artist :
* « Maximilien Luce », Adolphe Tabarant, Ed. G. Crès, Paris, 1928
* « Maximilien Luce », Philippe Cazeau, Ed. La Bibliothèque des Arts, Paris, 1982
* « Dictionnaire des peintres à Montmartre », André Roussard, Ed. A. Roussard, Paris, 1999
* « Peindre la condition humaine », Anne-Claire Ducreux, Aline Dardel, Ed. Somogy, Paris, 2000
* « L'Art social à la Belle Époque : trois artistes engagés », Ed. Adiamos, 2005
* « Maximilien Luce néo-impressionniste », Marina Ferretti Bocquillon, catalogue d'exposition, Musée des impressionnismes de Giverny, Ed. Silvana, Milan, 2010
* « Maximilien Luce : en amitiés, portrait croisés », Jeanne-Marie David, Ed. Point de vues, 2015

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  • + IMPRESSIONNISM / 1855-1890 / Claude Monet, Frédéric Bazille, Berthe Morisot, Gustave Caillebotte, etc.
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