Paul Lucien Maze


(1887 - 1979)

Maze was taught to paint by two of his father's great friends Camille Pissaro and Raoul Dufy with whom he would sketch on the beach below his house in Normandy.
Maze went on to become an artistic mentor and great friend of Winston Churchill who said of him "with the fewest of strokes, he can create an impression at once true and beautiful".