Paintings reproductions - Georges Seurat
Georges Seurat (born December 2, 1859 in Paris, died March 29, 1891) is a French representative of neo-impressionism.
Artist was interested in drawing from an early age. He was not the only member of his family with a passion for painting - his uncle, also a painter, encouraged the boy to develop his artistic skills.
Georges Seurat is also the creator of pointilism, i.e. the painting method of dotting. For the first time it was used in the painting Sunday afternoon on Grand-Jatte Island. Over time, this style has gained many lovers and followers such as van Gogh, Gauguin or Matisse.
Selected works: Swimming in Asnieres, Sunday afternoon on Grand-Jatte Island, White Houses, Powrująca się kobieta, Parade, Models, Circus, La Maria.