(1863 - 1935)
Paul Victor Jules Signac was active/lived in France. Paul Signac is known for neo-Impressionist painting-pointillism, etching, ink sketches.
Paul Signac (Paul Victor Jules Signac) was one of the principal French
neo-impressionist painters of his time. He was initially
influenced by Monet and later he closely associated himself with
Georges Seurat in experimenting with the application of dots of color
known as Pointillisim, which became the basis of Neo-Impressionism.
Signac was born in Paris on November 11, 1863. At 18 years old he
left the field of architecture to pursue a career of painting. He
loved the subject matter of the outdoors and French Coast, and each
summer left Paris to reside in the South of France in the village of
Colliour or at St. Tropez, where he eventually bought a home and
entertained his friends. Signac travele ... Displaying 750 of 5145 characters.