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MAXIMILIEN LUCE | PAYSAGE À KERMOUSTER

Estimate:

12,000

to
- 18,000 USD

Journey through France: A Private Collection of Post-Impressionist Paintings

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MAXIMILIEN LUCE | PAYSAGE À KERMOUSTER

MAXIMILIEN LUCE | PAYSAGE À KERMOUSTER

Estimate:

12,000

to
- 18,000 USD

Lot sold:

17,500

USD

Journey through France: A Private Collection of Post-Impressionist Paintings

MAXIMILIEN LUCE

(1858 - 1941)

PAYSAGE À KERMOUSTER


Signed Luce and dated 1939 (lower left); signed Luce and dated 1939 (on the reverse)

Oil on paper mounted on canvas

19⅜ by 29½ in. (49.2 by 74.9 cm)

Framed: 27 by 37¼ in. (68.6 by 94.6 cm)

Painted in 1939.

The canvas has been strip lined. A repaired tear measuring approximately two inches in length to the left half of the top edge. A second repaired tear approximately 3/4 inch in length to the top edge, near the upper right corner. Under UV light: pindot strokes of inpainting to address the two aforementioned repaired tears. Three additional minor strokes to the top edge and one to the upper left corner. A semi-circular area of inpainting with a diameter of approximately one inch to the center of the left edge, possibly to address an abrasion to the sheet. This work is in good condition.


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Estate of the artist

Frédéric Luce, France (the artist's son; by descent from the above)

Private Collection (and sold: Christie's, New York, November 4, 2009, lot 246)

Acquired at the above sale

Denise Bazetoux, Maximilien Luce, Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre peint, vol. III, Paris, 2005, no. 972, illustrated p. 214

New York, Wildenstein & Co., Inc., Maximilien Luce, The Evolution of a Post-Impressionist, 1997, no. 93, illustrated in the catalogue