Paintings reproductions - Paul Signac
Paul Signac is a French painter, the creator of neo-impressionism. He began his adventure with art as a student of George Seuratt, and his approach to art and artistry was purely scientific. The creative process required not only full concentration, but also exceptional precision. That is why some of his paintings were created even for a year! It was a tedious and completely absorbing process. His compositions consisted of densely spaced dots and lines, applied with a thick layer of paint. He never mixed colors on a palette, it was the viewer's task to see the connection between them on canvas.
Paul Signac has had a great influence on the history of painting and has found many successors who have continued his remarkable style.
Two cypresses, Pine in Saint-Tropez, Port in Saint-Tropez, Evening in Avignon.