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Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat
Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat

Bathers at Asnières - Georges Seurat

No point in Georges Seurat's work is left to chance. The entire composition, taken from the banks of the Seine, is studied with the rigorous logic of a mathematical problem. Indeed, he detaches himself from the instinctive technique of the impressionists and is interested in the theory of colors in order to invent the technique of pointillism. Of this animation which could have been turbulent, Seurat gives us a vision of immobility, of silence, of solitude which translates well his personality.

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No point in Georges Seurat's work is left to chance. The entire composition, taken from the banks of the Seine, is studied with the rigorous logic of a mathematical problem. Indeed, he detaches himself from the instinctive technique of the impressionists and is interested in the theory of colors in order to invent the technique of pointillism. Of this animation which could have been turbulent, Seurat gives us a vision of immobility, of silence, of solitude which translates well his personality.

The artist

Born in Paris into a wealthy family, Georges Seurat (1859 - 1891), supported by his mother, was introduced to painting by his maternal uncle. Initially a student at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, he only discovered the world of the Impressionists in 1879 during their fourth exhibition. Eager to exhibit, he applied to the Official Paris Salon, where his famous painting "A Bath in Asnières" was not unanimously accepted, because of his new pictorial approach, which was not in keeping with the impressionist movement of the time. It was at the first Salon des Indépendants in 1884 that he met other artists who shared his vision of painting, notably Paul Signac. The neo-impressionists, later called pointillists, were born. Seurat nevertheless imposed himself at the last Impressionist Exhibition in 1886, ousting renowned artists such as Monet.
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