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Artist : Paul Signac (French 1863-1935)

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Paul Signac, Monmartre Study: Studio Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Monmartre Study: Studio
Paul Signac, Sunday Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Sunday
Paul Signac, Portrait of Felix Feneon Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Portrait of Felix Feneon
Paul Signac, The Port at Sunset Saint Tropez Opus 236 Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Port at Sunset Saint Tropez Opus 236
Paul Signac, Plane Trees Place des Lices Saint Tropez Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Plane Trees Place des Lices Saint Tropez
Paul Signac, The Terrace Saint Tropez Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Terrace Saint Tropez
Paul Signac, The Red Buoy Saint Tropez Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Red Buoy Saint Tropez
Paul Signac, Grand Canal Venice Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Grand Canal Venice
Paul Signac, Blessing of the Tuna Boats Groix Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Blessing of the Tuna Boats Groix
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Paul Signac Biography | Art Reproductions | Reproduktionen von Kunst | Galerie Dada
Signac, Paul
1863-1935

Signac, Paul Biography

French postimpressionist painter, born in Paris, one of the originators of the technique known as pointillism. In 1884 Paul Signac began collaborating with French painter Georges Seurat, under whose influence he abandoned the short brushstrokes of impressionism to experiment with scientifically juxtaposed dots of pure color, the defining feature of pointillism. In Paul Signac's pointillist scenes the impression of glittering natural sunlight is achieved through placement of the colored dots to create a prismatic effect. After 1900 Signac moved away from pointillism, opting instead for small squares of color to create a mosaiclike effect, as in View of the Port of Marseilles (1905, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City). During this period he also produced vibrant watercolors in a more spontaneous, freely composed style.

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