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Now avaiable for purchase through Sotheby's, New York

"Vue de Paramé" Maximilien Luce, oil painting,  1935
Signed in lower right: Luce ( covered by frame mat)

Oil on wood panel: 4 5/8" x 8 5/16" (11cm x 22cm), sight 4" x 8"w (11 x 21 cm),  Framed: 11” x 15”h (28cm x 38.5cm)

(subject to prior sale)



Private Collection; purchased 3/1/1975 from Wally  Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach; Invoice P19350; painting #26677


Listed: Maximilien Luce: Catalogue Raisonné de L'Oeuvre Peint. Tome II, # 1631, page 399


Certificate of Authenticity

This painting comes with an original certificate of Authenticity (see photo) hand written in French on the back of a photograph of the painting, signed by Frederic Luce, son of the artist, dated December 2, 1966.


Maximilien Luce was a French Neo-Impressionist artist, known for his paintings, illustrations, and engravings. As a painter, Luce was initially influenced by Impressionism, and was later inspired by the Divisionist style of Georges Seurat. He would go on to adopt a Pointillist approach to painting, as evidenced in his 1895 work On the Bank of the Seine at Poissy. Luce’s alignment with the Neo-Impressionists extended to their political philosophy of anarchism, with many of his illustrations appearing in socialist periodicals. Although he was best known for depicting landscapes, Luce also frequently took up political topics as his subject matter, identifying and empathizing with the proletariat. Born March 13, 1858 in Paris, France, he became an apprentice to the wood engraver Henri-Théophile Hildebrand at the age of 14. At the end of his life, Luce became less politically active and withdrew from anarchist activism, and his style returned to the Impressionistic mode in which he had first painted. He died February 7, 1941 in Paris.


"Vue de Paramé" by Maximillian Luce 1935

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