Maximilien Luce  (French, 1858-1941) 

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Maximilien Luce, Moulineux, jeune femme ôtant sa sandale

 

Maximilien Luce
Moulineux, jeune femme ôtant sa sandale
1904

Stoppenbach & Delestre
Maximilien Luce, Portrait of Philiberte Givort

 

Maximilien Luce
Portrait of Philiberte Givort
circa 1906

Anderson Galleries Inc., Beverly Hills
Maximilien Luce, Paysage à Herblay

 

Maximilien Luce
Paysage à Herblay
1894

Galerie des Modernes
Maximilien Luce, Paysage pres de Mereville

 

Maximilien Luce
Paysage pres de Mereville
Linda Bernell Gallery
Maximilien Luce, Honfleur, l'entrée du Port

 

Maximilien Luce
Honfleur, l'entrée du Port
Mark Murray Fine Paintings
Maximilien Luce, Vase de Fleurs

 

Maximilien Luce
Vase de Fleurs
Mark Murray Fine Paintings
Maximilien Luce, Homme accroupi

 

Maximilien Luce
Homme accroupi
Bureau d'Art
Maximilien Luce, Le Depart

 

Maximilien Luce
Le Depart
circa 1880-1890

Robert Funk Fine Art
Maximilien Luce, Rolloboise le Remorqueur

 

Maximilien Luce
Rolloboise le Remorqueur
Daphne Alazraki Fine Art
Maximilien Luce, Pêcheurs sur la Seine à Herblay

 

Maximilien Luce
Pêcheurs sur la Seine à Herblay
1890

Stoppenbach & Delestre
Maximilien Luce, Printemps Saint-Ay de la Loire

 

Maximilien Luce
Printemps Saint-Ay de la Loire
circa 1910

Stern Pissarro Gallery
Maximilien Luce, Madame Luce, c. 1900, Portrait d'Ambroisine

 

Maximilien Luce
Madame Luce, c. 1900, Portrait d'Ambroisine
circa 1900

Heather James Fine Art
Maximilien Luce, Peniches et Remorquers sur la Seine

 

Maximilien Luce
Peniches et Remorquers sur la Seine
circa 1920

Anderson Galleries Inc., Beverly Hills
Maximilien Luce, Le berger observant Saint-Tropez et la mer, Saint-Tropez

 

Maximilien Luce
Le berger observant Saint-Tropez et la mer, Saint-Tropez
circa 1905-1906

Galerie des Modernes
Maximilien Luce, La fenaison a l’illi de France

 

Maximilien Luce
La fenaison a l’illi de France
The Art Collection, Inc.
Maximilien Luce, Le depart des chalutiers

 

Maximilien Luce
Le depart des chalutiers
1930-1934

The Art Collection, Inc.
Maximilien Luce, Le Petit Bras de la Seine au Pont Saint-Michel

 

Maximilien Luce
Le Petit Bras de la Seine au Pont Saint-Michel
1899

Stoppenbach & Delestre
Maximilien Luce, Paysan Quittant un Village (Peasant Leaving a Village)

 

Maximilien Luce
Paysan Quittant un Village (Peasant Leaving a Village)
1925

Arcature Fine Art
Maximilien Luce, Montmartre, la Rue des Saules

 

Maximilien Luce
Montmartre, la Rue des Saules
1894

Galerie Artvera's
Maximilien Luce, La Meuse à Feynor

 

Maximilien Luce
La Meuse à Feynor
1907

Kunsthandel Ivo Bouwman BV
Maximilien Luce, Les Régates au Tréport

 

Maximilien Luce
Les Régates au Tréport
circa 1935

Abby M. Taylor Fine Art LLC
Maximilien Luce, Peniches amarees devant bouquet d’arbres et pont

 

Maximilien Luce
Peniches amarees devant bouquet d’arbres et pont
Ravenscourt Galleries
Maximilien Luce, Marine à Honfleur

 

Maximilien Luce
Marine à Honfleur
1930

Stoppenbach & Delestre
Maximilien Luce, Monsieur HAMON

 

Maximilien Luce
Monsieur HAMON
1889

Galerie Rienzo
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  A painter, lithographer and draftsman, Maximilien Luce was born into a poor family in Paris on March 13, 1858. After an initial training as a wood carver at the Ecole des Arts décoratifs, he began to study engraving in 1872 and took evening courses to deepen his knowledge. In 1876 he entered the shop of the engraver Eugène Froment (1844-1900), with whom he traveled to London in 1877. After his return to Paris in 1879 Luce began his 4-year military service. During his service and later, up to 1885, he studied at the Académie Suisse and the studio of Carolus-Duran (1837-1917) at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. In his painting, he became influenced by Impressionism. In the 1880s he met and established friendly contacts with many Parisian painters, including Camille Pissarro (1830-1903), Georges Seurat (1859-1891) and Paul Signac (1863-1935). Together with them he was one of the founders of Neo-Impressionism (Pointillism).
  Through Camille Pissarro, Luce came under the influence of Anarchist ideas and formed friendships with the Anarchist writers and journalists Jules Christophe, Jean Grave, Georges Darien and Emile Pouget. In 1894 he became involved in the Trial of the Thirty and served a short term of imprisonment.
  Until 1904 Luce lived in Montmartre, the streets of which he liked to paint. During 1904-1924, he lived in Auteuil, then moved back to Paris. Besides street scenes, factories and wharfs, he painted numerous landscapes on his travels through the Etampes, Normandy and Brittany. During the First World War he also painted war scenes, wounded and homecoming soldiers. In 1934, Maximilien Luce was elected President of the Société des Artistes Indépendants after Signac’s retirement, but soon resigned in a protest against society's policy to restrict the admission of Jewish artists.
  Maximilien Luce died in Paris in 1941. He remains an important artist in Pointillism and social realism.
  Museums:
  France: Paris (Biblioteque Nationale Cabinet des Estampes, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Musée d’Orsay); Saint-Tropez (Musée de l’Annonciade); Charleroi (Musée des Beaux-Arts); Mantes-la-Jolie, (Musée Maximilien Luce)
  Finland: Amos (Anderson Art Museum)
  Switzerland: Geneva (Pétit Palais, Fondazione Oscar Ghez)
  UK: Glasgow (Museums and Art Galleries)
  Holand: Otterloo (Musée Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller)
  Spain: Toledo (Museum of Art)
  USA: Saint-Louis (Art Museum); Springfield (Museum of Fine Arts, James Philip Gray Collection); Cleveland (Museum of Art); Indianapolis (Museum of Art, The Holliday Collection); New York (The Metropolitan Museum of Art); San Diego (Museum of Art)
  Museum d’Orsay, Paris
  National Gallery, Oslo
  Museum of the Annunciation, Saint-Tropez
  Kroller-Muller National Museum, Netherlands
  Goteburg Art Gallery, Sweden
  Phoenix Art Museum, AZ
  Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MN
  Petit Palais, Geneva
  National Museum of Modern Art, Paris
   Enciclopedia Universale Seda della Pittura Moderna, Milano, Seda, 1969
   A. M. Comanducci, Dizionario illustrato dei Pittori, Disegnatori e Incisori Italiani Moderni e Contemporanei, Milano, Luigi Patuzzi Editore, 1972
   P. Cazeau, Maximilien Luce, Lausanne, Paris, La Bibliothéque des arts, 1982
   J.B. Luce, D. Bazetoux, Maximilien Luce, Catalogue raisonné de l’Oeuvre Peint, Parigi, Editions JBL, 1986
   B. Chavanne, B. Gaudichon, Catalogue Raisonné des peintures des XIX et XX siècle dans les collections du Musée de la Ville de Poitiers et de la Societé des Antiquaires de l’Ouest, 1988
   F. Lespinasse, La Normandie vue par les peintres, Losanna, Edita, 1988
   A.A.V.V., Pointillisme, sur les traces de Seurat, Losanna, Fondations de l’Hermitage, 1997
   N. Coret, Autour des Néo-Impressionnistes, Paris, Somogy Editions d’Art, 1999
   Noël Coret, Les peintres de la vallée de la Marne, Tournai, La Renaissance du Livre, 2000
   Da Renoir a Picasso, un secolo d’arte al Petit Palais di Ginevra, a cura di Paola Gribaudo, Milano, Electa, 2001
   Da Caillebotte a Picasso, I capolavori della collezione Oscar Ghez dal Museo del Petit Palais di Ginevra, a cura di L. Caramel, N. Sainte Fare Garnot, G. Gentry, Milano, Mazzotta, 2003