Concludes a survey of his major paintings with links to detailed articles. From his leadership of Neo-Impressionism to his late watercolours.
A short survey of his major paintings, with links to detailed articles in this series. From his early Impressionism to being leader of Neo-Impressionism after the death of Georges Seurat.
Before 1908, Signac’s watercolour sketches were fairly conventional in their use of white space, and were preparation for his oil paintings. He then saw late watercolours of Paul Cézanne.
Full access to this series about the group founded by Walter Sickert and friends, with contents, and an index of major themes.
Between 1910-14, avant garde painting in Britain came to the fore, with exhibitions of the Allied Artists Association, Fry’s Post-Impressionists, and this group of 16 painters.
From 1880, he painted in Naturalist style, then switched to Impressionism in the early 1890s. He finally embraced post-Impressionism in the 1920s.
Paintings from the early 20th century by artists who lived on the coast near Saint-Tropez, from Signac and van Rysselberghe to Pierre Bonnard.
At the end of the 19th century, the coast near Saint-Tropez became the cradle of modern painting. Views of the coast and its distinctive light and intense colour.
Between 1884 and his death in 1890, he painted a great many still lifes, some of which are not only among his most famous, but the most popular in Western art.
A small selection showing how still life painting was an essential part of his art, even more fascinating and enigmatic than his landscapes.