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All Maximilien Luce 's Paintings
The Painting Names Are Sorted From A to Z

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
A Paris Street in May 1871(The Commune), Maximilien Luce
 A Paris Street in May 1871(The Commune)   1903-1905 4' 11' x 7' 4 1/2(151 x 225 cm) Gift of Frederic Luce,1948
Felix Feneon, Maximilien Luce
 Felix Feneon   1901 1' 6'' x 1' 3 1/4''(46 x 39 cm)
Henri Edmond Cross, Maximilien Luce
 Henri Edmond Cross   1898 3' 3 1/4'' x 2' 8''(100 x 81 cm)
Montmartre, de la rue Cortot, vue vers saint-denis, Maximilien Luce
 Montmartre, de la rue Cortot, vue vers saint-denis   Date c. 1900 Medium oil on canvas TTD
The Pile Drivers, Maximilien Luce
 The Pile Drivers   Quai de la Seine at Billancourt 1902-1903(Salon des Independants,1903) 5' x 6' 4 3/4''(153 x 195 cm)Gift of Frederic Luce,1948
The Quai Saint-Michel and Notre-Dame, Maximilien Luce
 The Quai Saint-Michel and Notre-Dame   1901 2' 4 3/4'' x 1' 11 1/2''(73 x 60 cm)Gift of Christian Humann,1981
The Seine at Herblay, Maximilien Luce
 The Seine at Herblay   1890 1' 8'' x 2' 7 1/4'' (50.5 x 79.5 cm)

Maximilien Luce
Maximilien Luce (March 13, 1858 - February 6, 1941) was a French Neo-impressionist artist. A printmaker, painter, and anarchist, Luce is best known for his pointillist canvases. He grew up in the working class Montparnasse, and became a painter of landscapes and urban scenes which frequently emphasize the activities of people at work. He was a member of the Groupe de Lagny with Leo Gausson, Émile-Gustave Cavallo-Peduzzi and Lucien Pissarro.

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