Roofs of Montagny by Maurice Utrillo

This is one of the best early paintings of Utrillo. It was in Montmagny in 1902 that Suzanne Valadon undertook to teach her son of painting, in order to distract

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Paris Street by Maurice Utrillo

By the time when Utrillo began to write his “Paris Street”, he was already a recognized artist. His paintings were exhibited in Paris and Munich, along with canvases by Cezanne,

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Café Sharp Rabbit by Maurice Utrillo

The late period in the work of Utrillo is customarily dated from the 1930s until the artist’s death in 1955. Despite the fact that during these years he lived not

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The Gate of Saint-Hazartin by Maurice Utrillo

It is commonly believed that this picture completes the so-called “Mojmani period” and simultaneously opens the “white period” of Utrillo’s work. She, like most of the artist’s works, attests to

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Berlioz House by Maurice Utrillo

The second stage in the work of Utrillo is correlated with the “white period”. It lasted from 1910 to 1914. At this time, the palette of the artist became noticeably

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Ravignan Square by Maurice Utrillo

“The period of Montagna” coincided with the years of artistic style, Utrillo. The painter recalled that he began to paint only in order to make a pleasant mother. Suzanne Valadon

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Moulin de la Galette by Maurice Utrillo

This quiet scene from the life of Montmartre is considered the most famous work of Maurice Utrillo. The picture was in the collection of Paul Petriedes, a Greek by birth,

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Place du Tertre by Maurice Utrillo

The soft colors of tiled roofs, dirty, cracked walls, bare trees – in the work of Utrillo, his heightened sense of alertness to the world around him, his loneliness, is

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Church of Saint Bernard by Maurice Utrillo

Temples are found on many canvases by Utrillo, because for him these holy places were an indispensable element of the city’s landscape. By 1929, the artist managed to write about

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