Maurice CULLEN

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St-John's, Nova-Scotia 1866 - Chambly, Quebec 1934

Maurice Cullen painted in an Impressionist style. He made small oil sketches out-of-doors, even during snowstorms. Later, the sketches would be used as departure points for the larger works that he painted on canvas in the studio. “At some hour of the day”, observed Cullen, “the commonest subject is beautiful”.

 

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Maurice CULLEN - Sans titre (Paysage d'automne) c. 1900 Sans titre (Paysage d'automne) c. 1900
10 1/2" x 13 3/4"
Oil on panel

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Maurice CULLEN - Sur le St-Laurent, Québec (1896) Sur le St-Laurent, Québec (1896)
8" x 10"
Oil

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Maurice CULLEN - La fonte des neiges (c. 1930) La fonte des neiges (c. 1930)
28" x 21"
oil on canvas

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Maurice CULLEN - Ice cutters, Longueuil (1923) Ice cutters, Longueuil (1923)
61 cm x 81 cm
Oil

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