Architectural Landscapes

From 1944 to 1964, lithography was Leo Marchutz’s sole means of artistic expression. The streets of Aix-en-Provence represent the largest part of his lithographic oeuvre. The Sainte Victoire Mountain, Venice, and biblical figures constitute the rest. We are pleased to share with you a first glimpse of one of our exciting accomplishments of 2021: our first series of site photography.

We paired the streets of Aix with the lithographs they inspired. The photos, veritable works of art in their own right, were taken by Joël Biletta, professional art photographer who has carried out numerous photo shoots of Marchutz’s work, including the bilingual monograph Leo Marchutz, Painter and Lithographer, 1903-1976, Ed. Imbernon (2006).

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Place d’Albertas. Lithograph c. 1957-58

Preserving the artistic legacy of Leo Marchutz 
is the goal of the project for a catalogue raisonné,
which we’re certain will bring heightened awareness
to his life and work.

Antony Marschutz, Son of Leo Marchutz

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670

Since we began cataloging the artwork of Leo Marchutz in 2019, we have researched and recorded 670 works of art. This represents 350 paintings and 320 unique lithographic editions. The vast majority of these 670 works has been professionally photographed or scanned in preparation of the future Leo Marchutz Online Catalogue Raisonné.

Discover the documentation process and the mysteries of the catalogue raisonné!
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CALLING ALL COLLECTORS!

A significant portion of Leo Marchutz’s artwork is dispersed in private collections around the world, many of which have not yet been identified.

Are you in possession of one of Leo Marchutz’s artworks?

If so, please contact us.

Cataloging the Artwork

The gallery below is a small selection of the paintings and lithographs of Leo Marchutz that have been cataloged thus far.  

To enlarge and view specifics on a particular work, click on the image.
To view per category, click on desired classification.

Donation and FUND-RAISING

The Leo Marchutz Catalogue Raisonné is a 100% volunteer project being undertaken by students, friends, family, and admirers of the artist Leo Marchutz. We rely solely on the involvement and enthusiasm of our supporters. Without their help, this project would  have been nearly impossible. With it, we’ve been able to make progress that seemed unimaginable three years ago. We sincerely thank our many backers from around the world. 

To see the list of our supporters or to make a donation, click on the link below.

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