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Portrait of Maximillian Luce in 1887

A work made of charcoal and fabricated charcoal, with touches of green pastel and traces of red pastel, stumped and erased, on cream laid paper.
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  • A work made of charcoal and fabricated charcoal, with touches of green pastel and traces of red pastel, stumped and erased, on cream laid paper.

Date:

1887

Artist:

Georges Manzana-Pissarro
French, 1871–1961

About this artwork

The third child of Camille Pissarro, Georges and his brother Lucien studied under their father, surrounded by artists such as Maximillian Luce (1858–1941), a painter and printmaker associated with Neo-Impressionism. Georges was just 16 when he drew this.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Georges Manzana-Pissarro

Title

Portrait of Maximillian Luce in 1887

Place

France (Artist's nationality:)

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1887

Medium

Charcoal and fabricated charcoal, with touches of green pastel and traces of red pastel, stumped and erased, on cream laid paper

Inscriptions

Signed, dated, and titled, center right, below image, in charcoal: "Luce en 1887 / Manzana - Pissarro"; inscribed verso, lower right, in graphite: "43" (encircled)

Dimensions

31.2 × 24.1 cm (12 5/16 × 9 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

Robert M. Chase Endowment Fund

Reference Number

2011.81

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