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Men unloading Carts, Montmartre
Matthijs Maris

During his years in Paris (1869-77) Maris painted a number of views of the Montmartre Quarry; another, dated 1872, is in Glasgow (Burrell Collection).

After his brother Jacob returned to The Hague in 1871, the painter moved to new lodgings in Montmartre.

Key facts
Artist Matthijs Maris
Artist dates 1839 - 1917
Full title Men unloading Carts, Montmartre
Date made 1870
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 23.2 x 30.5 cm
Inscription summary Signed; Dated
Acquisition credit Presented by J.C.J. Drucker, 1912
Inventory number NG2874
Location in Gallery Not on display
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