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A Boy with Sailboats by the Neo-impressionism Painter Henri Martin [Public Domain]

The Incredible Carrieres de Lumieres – Provence

Carrieres de Lumieres in Provence & Atelier des Lumières in Paris Carrieres de Lumieres in Provence & Atelier des Lumières in Paris are the two venues for the stunning art-themed digital Sound & Light exhibitions.  Both venues use over 100 projectors… Continue Reading →

Barfleur Harbour Immortalized by Paul Signac

Paul Signac & His Normandy Muse “Barfleur Harbour” Historically, Barfleur harbour was one of the most important ports in the Middle Ages. It was also the first port of Normandy. Later on however, this picturesque harbour and town attracted many… Continue Reading →

Maximilien Luce – The Neo- Impressionism Anarchist

The Neo-Impressionism Painter – Maximilien Luce Maximilien Luce  (1858 – 1941)  was a prolific French neo-impressionism painter, lithographer and draftsman. In the beginning, Luce paints in the impressionism style. However later he adopts the divisionism style (pointillism), inspired by Neo-Impressionism painters… Continue Reading →

Varengeville, France & the Impressionism Trail

The Impressionists’ Footsteps in Varengeville, France Nestled in the gorgeous Alabaster coast of Normandy is a small village called Varengeville-sur-Mer. So small it could be missed!… But it wasn’t overlooked by some notable impressionism painters! The Impressionists were a tight… Continue Reading →

Raoul Dufy Paintings

The Whimsical & Colorful Raoul Dufy Paintings Raoul Dufy paintings are described as expressing the most optimistic aspects of the 20th century with humour and style. His paintings are characterized by their whimsical bright colors depicting leisure activities and landscapes. He… Continue Reading →

Paul Signac – The Founder of Neoimpressionism

Paul Signac – One of the Founders of Neo-Impressionism Paul Signac (November 11, 1863 – August 15, 1935) together with Seurat were the pioneers of neoimpressionism (pointillism). This was a new art movement that evolved from impressionism. Both Seurat and Signac… Continue Reading →

Georges Pierre Seurat

The Incredible Neo-Impressionism Painter Georges Pierre Seurat Georges Pierre Seurat is a wonderful French neo-impressionist most famous for creating Pointillism art (paintings created by thousands of dots!!! ) Childhood Georges Pierre Seurat was born in Paris, in 1859, and into… Continue Reading →

The Impressionists Move to the Seaside Villages

Au Revoir Paris!! Heading South to the Seaside Villages of Cote d’Azur & Rustic Provence In the 1870’s the Impressionists were centralized in the Parisian capital, discussing art in the cafes and nightclubs of Montmartre and planning their next exhibition…. Continue Reading →

Pissarro Paintings – An Artist of Many Art Movements

Pissarro Paintings – A Continually Evolving Painter Some of Pissarro’s paintings show elements of Impressionism, others Post-Impressionism and later works, Neo-impressionism. He enjoyed experimenting with new ideas from the different avant garde art movements. Camille Pissarro was active in both… Continue Reading →

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