Paul Lucien Maze (1887-1979) - Double Sided Early 20th Century Pastel

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Paul Lucien Maze (1887-1979) - Double Sided Original Early 20th Century Pastel. Paul Maze (21 May 1887 – 17 September 1979) was an Anglo-French painter. He is often known as “The last of the Post Impressionists" and was one of the great artists of his generation. His mediums included oils, watercolours and pastels and his paintings include French maritime scenes, busy New York scenes and the English countryside. He is especially noted for his quintessentially English themes: regattas, sporting events and ceremonial celebrations, such as racing at Goodwood, Henley Regatta, Trooping the Colour and yachting at Cowes.

During the First World War, Maze met Winston Churchill in the trenches and their shared love of painting led to a lifelong friendship. Maze became Churchill’s artistic mentor, encouraging him to develop his drawing and painting techniques.

His works are in many major galleries including The Tate, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, and in private collections worldwide, including that of HM The Late Queen Mother. In a 1989 speech by Churchill's daughter, Lady Soames, she said, “The famous French artist Paul Maze was a painting companion. The ‘Cher Maître’, as we all came to call this charming man, remained a regular visitor to Chartwell for many years”
You can read his Wikipedia entry here. On laid. Some pastel marking as shown.Sold


Size: 33 x 43cm (13" x 16.9")

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Code me362
Artist Paul Lucien Maze (1887-1979)
Date Early 20th Century
Dimensions 33 x 43cm
Framed No
Medium Pastel
Style N/A
Subject N/A

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