Maurice Levis was born at Paris on 11 November 1860.
A pupil of the painters Harpignies, Jules Lefebvre and Pillet, Levis made his debut at the ‘Paris Salon’ when he was 26 years old.
Levis is known for his rural landscapes, often depicting rivers or wooded glades, which he painted with a charming lightness of touch. His paintings are full of movement and have a fleeting, ethereal quality.
Levis was a ‘Societaire des Artistes Francais’ from 1888 and in 1895, 1896 and 1927 was awarded medals of excellence for his paintings exhibited there.
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