More superb paintings from the end of the nineteenth century, including the amazing Martin’s unique merger of Symbolism and Divisionism.
Early in 1896, several artists who exhibited at the Salons set up a rival exhibition. The following year was the last of Péladan’s and his movements petered out by the twentieth century.
More favourite articles from 2019, from ‘Dante’s Divine Comedy’ as painted by William Blake, through Vincent van Gogh, to Renoir’s landscapes.
In the first article about the Symbolist painting of Giovanni Segantini (1858–1899), I showed a selection of his […]
One of the most famous, and most collected, Symbolists of the end of the nineteenth century was Giovanni […]
Although he painted many abstracts around the First World War, he was primarily a landscape artist, and an avid experimenter in style.