Utrillo


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 (yo͞o-trĭl′ō, ü-trē-ō′), Maurice 1883-1955.
French painter known especially for his street scenes of Paris.

Utrillo

(French ytrijo)
n
(Biography) Maurice (mɔris). 1883–1955, French painter, noted for his Parisian street scenes

U•tril•lo

(yuˈtrɪl oʊ, -ˈtri oʊ, u-)

n.
Maurice, 1883–1955, French painter.
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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.
At the same time, let's recall that his sense of kinship with such self-destructive souls as Maurice Utrillo, Charles Baudelaire, Dylan Thomas, and Hart Crane grew stronger throughout his life.
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.