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Still Life with Bookcase

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  • Description
    Paul MAZE
    ( 1887-1979)

    Still Life with Bookcase

    21 x 29 inches
    Signed .

    PROVENANCE:
    The Estate of Renata C. Treves
    Vivian Treves, Long Island

    Paul Maze (1887-1979)
    Anglo-French painter in oils, pastel and watercolor, particularly of regattas and other sporting and ceremonial occasions. Born at Le Havre of French parents; his father was a collector and friend of various artists, including Dufy and Braque. At twelve was sent to school in England to perfect his English. Worked for ten years in his father's firm importing india rubber and coffee in Liverpool and Hamburg, then spent a year in Canada, followed by nine months as a sailor. On return to Europe, began to devote himself entirely to painting. Served in the British Army in the 1914-18 war, and afterwards wrote on his experiences A Frenchman in Khaki (1934). Was encouraged in his painting by his friends Segonzac, Boussingault, Derain, Bonnard and Vuillard. Married a British wife in 1921, took British nationality, and henceforth lived mainly in England, except for periodic visits to France and elsewhere. First one-man exhibition at the Independent Gallery, London, 1925. Died at his home at Treyford, Sussex.

    Paul Maze’s works are in many major galleries including The Tate Gallery, the Fitzwilliam Museum, the Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, and in private collections worldwide, including HM The Queen Mother's.
  • More Information
    Origin: England
    Period: 1920-1949
    Materials: Pastel on paper.
    Condition: Good.
    Styles / Movements: Realism
    Incollect Reference #: 115689
  • Dimensions
    W. 29 in; H. 21 in;
    W. 73.66 cm; H. 53.34 cm;
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