About Georges Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of La Grande Jatte
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Georges Seurat created the original version of this work in 1884-1886 in France. The work shows Parisians relaxing on the banks of the Seine.
This painting is notable for the extra focus on the landscape, the light, and form. This work launched the neo-impressionist movement.
Today this wonderful piece of art hangs at the Art Institute of Chicago.
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About The Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of La Grande Jatte Print
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About The Artist
Georges-Pierre Seurat was a French artist that came from a wealthy family. He is most famous for founding the neo-impressionist movement. He is also noteworthy for combining artistic qualities that many believed should be in opposition. An example of this is his delicate sensitivity and talent for mathematical and logical precision.
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I have always loved this painting, and it's like the artist predicted how people would all ignore each other once the smartphone was invented. Everyone is in their own little world.