Collector’s Art

LUCE, MAXIMILIEN. Vegetable Garden, rue Friant. Red ink and pencil with traces of black crayon, on “bis” paper, 257x243mm, signed LUCE in black crayon lower left, 1887. This drawing is a study for an oil painting of the same subject, also dated 1887. The painting has been reproduced in a work by Denise Bazetoux, “Maximilien Luce, Catalogue of Painted Works”, Paris, Avril Graphic Editions, Vol. III, P.63, No. 51.

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