Null Paul SIGNAC (1863 - 1935). Les Andelys. 1895. Lithograph in colors. Fine pr…
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Paul SIGNAC (1863 - 1935). Les Andelys. 1895. Lithograph in colors. Fine proof, very sunned on both sides, without remarks, neither signed nor numbered. Brown stains. Framed. Kornfeld et Wick 10. 30 x 45cm. Sheet: 40 x 53cm. Provenance: Estate of Monsieur Louis Thirion, furniture in the mansion built in 1923 by Gibert et Ogé, which has remained in the family ever since. Expert : Madame Sylvie COLLIGNON Paul Victor Jules Signac was a French neo-impressionist painter who played an important role in the development of the artistic technique known as pointillism. He was born in Paris on November 11, 1863. Signac initially trained as an architect, but decided to pursue a career as a painter at the age of 18 after attending an exhibition of Claude Monet's work. Signac was a founding member of the Salon des artistes indépendants, along with Seurat, Dubois-Pillet and Redon. Signac's works are known for their luminous, intense colors, often depicting landscapes inspired by the sunlight of southern France. He is also recognized as a master of watercolor, a genre to which he has devoted the last fifteen years. Paul Signac's work had a major influence on other artists, including Henri Matisse. He died on August 15, 1935.

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Paul SIGNAC (1863 - 1935). Les Andelys. 1895. Lithograph in colors. Fine proof, very sunned on both sides, without remarks, neither signed nor numbered. Brown stains. Framed. Kornfeld et Wick 10. 30 x 45cm. Sheet: 40 x 53cm. Provenance: Estate of Monsieur Louis Thirion, furniture in the mansion built in 1923 by Gibert et Ogé, which has remained in the family ever since. Expert : Madame Sylvie COLLIGNON Paul Victor Jules Signac was a French neo-impressionist painter who played an important role in the development of the artistic technique known as pointillism. He was born in Paris on November 11, 1863. Signac initially trained as an architect, but decided to pursue a career as a painter at the age of 18 after attending an exhibition of Claude Monet's work. Signac was a founding member of the Salon des artistes indépendants, along with Seurat, Dubois-Pillet and Redon. Signac's works are known for their luminous, intense colors, often depicting landscapes inspired by the sunlight of southern France. He is also recognized as a master of watercolor, a genre to which he has devoted the last fifteen years. Paul Signac's work had a major influence on other artists, including Henri Matisse. He died on August 15, 1935.

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