American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Signac, Paul 1863-1935. French neoimpressionist painter. He painted mainly landscapes and marine views, such as Port of St. Tropez (1916), and often employed pointillist techniques.
“As, legend has it, patrons such as Bonnard, Signac, and Matisse gifted their oeuvre in exchange for a fricassee.”
“The show, which spans three floors, is divided into four themes, beginning with the artist's discovery of St. Tropez in 1904, when Bonnard visits his friends Eduoard Vuillard and Paul Signac.”
“Collects: Impressionist, post-Impressionist and modern paintings, sculptures and drawings, including works by Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, Georges Braque, Paul Gauguin, René Magritte and Paul Signac.”
“Le Havre art "Signac: Ports of France" presents watercolors by the French artist created for his unique series depicting 100 French ports.”
“Over by the sandy beaches on Canoubiers Bay where Signac and gang painted their masterworks, the just-opened 33-room Hotel Sezz was dreamt up by hotelier Shah”
“In the late 1880s, Osbert abandoned naturalistic painting in favour of a Pointillist technique like that employed by Seurat and Signac”
“Seurat, Signac and Neo-Impressionism" is a retrospective dedicated to the founding fathers of the Neo-Impressionist movement: Georges Seurat and Paul Signac.”
“If you prefer staying inland, the pine-shaded hills of twin villages St. Paul de Vence and Vence have attracted artists since the 1920s, including Picasso, Braque, Miro and Chagall to Derain, Soutine, Signac, Modigliani, Matisse, Dubuffet and Arman.”
“But none of this group of avant-garde artists from Northern Italy starting in the 1880s had any firsthand experience of the experiments with light and color of Seurat or Signac, though they had similar theories.”
“The unidentified bidder, with paddle number LO22, secured three of the top five lots at the sale, classic works by Signac, Gauguin and Vlaminck.”
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