Paul Signac is paid tribute in an exhibition running from May 19 to July 19, 2021 at the musée Jacquemart-André. Discover about sixty works coming from an exceptional and special collection, painted by the artist and peers: Camille Pissarro, Maximilien Luce, Theo Van Rysselberghe, Henri-Edmond Cross, Georges Seurat and more. Treat yourself to a magnificent break and come and discover the Paul Signac exhibition.
Walking a chronological tour, paintings displayed show the landscape master’s career as he was the main theoretician of divisionism. Discover first Claude Monet’s influence with impressionist works of art, and see the evolution, all the way to the very last paintings that were resolutely novating and colorful, starting points of many art movements such as pointillism, fauvism, and abstract art.
Bright and colorful paintings, and the choice of landscapes make of this collection a small journey, a summertime break in South of France that Signac represented oh-so many times. Discover the many paintings painted in Saint-Tropez over the summer, and works made the rest of the year in Paris or Brittany, sharply contrasting with the lightness of the South.
A part of the exhibition is dedicated to neo-impressionist painters and their development. Here, enjoy paintings by Camille Pissarro, Louis Hayet, Achille Laugé and by the most famous of them: Theo Van Rysselberghe, Henri-Edmond Cross, and Maximilien Luce.
A very wonderful exhibition you do not want to miss, displayed in the sublime Musée Jacquemart-André you can also visit.
Dates and Opening Time
From 19 May 2021 to 19 July 2021
Musée Jacquemart André
158 boulevard Haussmann
75008 Paris 8
- de 25 ans: €9.5
tarif réduit: €12
tarif senior: €14
plein tarif: €15
Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 18h. Nocturne jusqu'à 20h30 le lundi.
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