Blast Furnace by Maximilien Luce
Born in Paris to a working-class family, Maximilien Luce mastered the Impressionist painting style that swept his city in the late 1800s—but with his own personal twist. While the Impressionists often showed Parisians at leisure, political and passionate Luce also showed factory workers, wharves, and other working-class subjects, such as this coal-fired blast furnace in an industrial area, possibly Charleroi in Belgium.
This work was featured in the Driehaus Museum’s 2020-2022 exhibition, PAN: Prints of the Avant-Garde Europe 1895-1900.
Courtesy of Denenberg Fine Arts
A high resolution digital image of this wonderful artwork has been printed on matte finish fine art paper surrounded by white border to give the appearance that it is matted when inserted alone in a frame. Print is rolled with tissue paper to protect against dust before being packaged in a mailing tube.
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