Quite inspired by Claude Monet, Paul Signac was a maestro of lanscape paintings and theoretician of Neo-impressionism. The private collection shown at the Jacquemart André is paying tribute to the artist and his famous peers (Camille Pissaro, Georges Seurat and many more). The exhibition is chronological and offers an interesting overview of the liberation of color used in paintings, and how this Neo impressionist period has been the starting points of many art movements such as pointillism, fauvism and abstract art.
In addition to some master pieces of this period, part of the exhibition is directly dedicated to some of the artists whom helped the Neo impressionism to develop, and how they influenced the whole world of arts.
Running until July 19th