Georges Seurat

Did you enjoy the paintings of Philippe de Kraan we posted the other day? If you missed the post you can catch up by clicking on the image below.
Parody of Life by Philippe de Kraan ©
In the post mention was made that Philippe's pointillism style has been compared to the style of the French Impressionist/Post Impressionist Georges Seurat who just happens to be one of Julie's favourite artists.
A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat (Credit: Public Domain)
Julie has told us that I find Seurat's pointilist (dot) style, which he pioneered along with his friend Paul Signac, absolutely fascinating. I can look at one of his paintings for hours! Please follow the bookmark links below to learn more about Georges Seurat. 
Georges Seurat - an important legacy cut short
Georges Seurat is one of the most important post-Impressionist artists, as he studied the “science” of colour and largely initiated the Pointilist style, using the technique of small brightly coloured dots to create light and shade. Image courtesy of
The fascinating work of Georges Seurat
Today we revisit the life and extraordinary work of Georges Seurat in one of our previous posts. We also view a summary of his work in an Arts&Emotions video. Image: Arts&Emotions Facebook