Maurice Utrillo


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Noun1.Maurice Utrillo - French painter noted for his paintings of Parisian street scenes (1883-1955)Maurice Utrillo - French painter noted for his paintings of Parisian street scenes (1883-1955)
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She also had an illegitimate child, Maurice Utrillo, an emotionally troubled, alcoholic artist whose charming cityscapes made them both rich.
Mommune groslaylieudits "wolf field", avenue maurice utrillo and "ribbons", rue de montmagny representing two land units; commune of montmagny (val d~oise) locality "pintar", avenue maurice utrillo
At the entrance is a copy of Dizon's oil 'After the Day's Toil,' which unanimously won over works by Salvador Dali and Maurice Utrillo at the Golden Gate Expo in San Francisco in 1939.
SPRINGFIELD - If there were such a thing as a recipe for painting, this would be Shelley Roenspie's: Put the styles of Vincent van Gogh, Maurice Utrillo, Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall into a blender, mix well and pour onto a fine-grained board to set.
10) Let's you and I analyze two disparate painters--Piet Mondrian and his squares, and Maurice Utrillo and his Parisian street scenes.
Con el filo del tiempo Guillaume fue ampliando tambien su coleccion personal, que comprendia obras de Auguste Renoir, Paul Cezanne, Andre Derain, Maurice Utrillo, Marie Laurencin, El Aduanero Rousseau, y numerosas pinturas mas de "sus" artistas.
The artist Maurice Utrillo was noted for painting the street scenes of which city?
Indeed, the picturesque square has long hosted street artists painting in their easels and boasted having such great artists and writers such as Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Maurice Utrillo among its illustrious former residents.
These include works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Maurice Utrillo and Kees Van Dongen, as well as an impressive selection of modern British paintings by Augustus John that she inherited from her father.
The model for the woman was perhaps Suzanne Valadon (who posed for both Degas and Lautrec), unmarried mother of Maurice Utrillo and herself a draughtswoman of some merit.
Nevertheless, Cassou's acquisition policy generally followed more conservative trends, which helps explain the presence here of work by figures such as Othon Friesz, Maurice Utrillo, and Maurice de Vlaminck, once the rage of their day and now largely forgotten.