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George Seurat - Pointillism

Study for "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" 1884 70.5 x 104.1 cm Oil on canvas Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Bequest of Sam A. Lewisohn, 1951

Bathers at Asnières 1884 Georges Seurat (1859–1891) The National Gallery, London

Georges Seurat was a French Post-Impressionist painter known for his innovative pointillist technique and his iconic masterpiece "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte." Born on December 2, 1859, in Paris, France, Seurat studied at the École des Beaux-Arts before co-founding the Neo-Impressionist movement.

The Eiffel Tower Georges Seurat 1889 Medium Oil on Wood Dimensions 24 x 15 cm Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, US

Paul Signac

Paul Signac was a French Neo-Impressionist painter known for his vibrant and colorful works, as well as his role in developing the pointillist technique alongside Georges Seurat.

Cubism is a revolutionary art movement that emerged in the early 20th century, primarily associated with painters Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. It sought to depict objects from multiple viewpoints simultaneously, breaking them down into geometric shapes and presenting them in a fragmented manner. Cubist artworks often feature facets, planes, and overlapping forms, challenging traditional notions of perspective and representation. This movement had a profound impact on modern art, influencing not only painting but also sculpture, literature, and architecture.

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