Black pencil drawing and black ink wash on beige paper depicting riverside trees. This subject is recurrent and sought after in the work of Maximilian Luce.
Painter of the working-class world, highly politicized in the ranks of anarchism, Maximilien Luce was a member of the group of neo-Impressionists gathered around Georges Seurat. From the Commune to the Great War, Luce delivered committed images of the modern world. As an illustrator, he was also a prolific contributor to the anarchist media of his time.
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- Maximilien Luce (1858-1941)
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Bord de rivière
- Bleistift auf Papier
- Angemessener Zustand
- 27.5×19×1 cm