These days, the artist celebrates his birthday, who created the most sophisticated style within impressionism – pointillism. Yesterday, the group administrators were surprisingly unanimous, each paying tribute to the early departed 19th-century French artist Georges Pierre Seurat. His experiments with color and his style predetermined the development of everything from art nouveau to pop art, which continues to excite a person tempted by well-being.
After the revolution, French women had to give up heels in favor of something similar to modern ballet shoes, so as not to suspect bourgeois arrogance. By the middle of the 19th century, France’s manners became stricter again. So France will be driven like a pendulum, from severity to emancipation, and the whole future XX century and in our time. Jean Pierre Seurat (1859 – 1891) is an artist of precise and point touch, his brush does not go across the canvas, as is customary to imagine, and does not dance with strokes, his needle technique recognizably makes his paintings grainy. Continue reading