Georges Seurat


Study for Bathers at Asnières, Georges Seurat (1859-1891).

Georges Seurat, born in Paris on December 2, 1859 and died on March 29, 1891, in the same city, was a French painter and draftsman, inventor of the so-called divisionist technique, of tone division, also called optical painting or chromo-luminarism, and more commonly pointillism. Considered with Cézanne, Gauguin and Van Gogh, as one of the four great painters of post-impressionism, author of works that have become iconic of 19th century painting, he is the author of a limited body of work (six large compositions, around thirty of seascapes and port scenes, about 160 small paintings on panels called croquetons, and about 800 drawings) but which strongly influenced the avant-gardes of the 20th century, fauvism, cubism, futurism, movements which claimed to be his. Cleveland Museum of Arts. Public domain. Enhanced by hand for an incredibly close rendering of an original drawing. You will be able to perceive the intensity and the material effect of blacks, whites, colors. Shipped within 2-3 days.

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