Maximilien Luce (March 13, 1858 - February 6, 1941) was a French Neo-impressionist artist. A printmaker, painter, and anarchist, Luce is best known for his pointillist canvases. He grew up in the working class Montparnasse, and became a painter of landscapes and urban scenes which frequently emphasize the activities of people at work. He was a member of the Groupe de Lagny with Leo Gausson, Émile-Gustave Cavallo-Peduzzi and Lucien Pissarro.
ID: 11598 The Pile Drivers Quai de la Seine at Billancourt
1902-1903(Salon des Independants,1903)
5' x 6' 4 3/4''(153 x 195 cm)Gift of Frederic Luce,1948