#FridayPainting: Paul Signac “The Papal Palace in Avignon”

“The art of the colourist has in some ways elements of mathematics and music.” Paul Signac Paul Signac was studying architecture when he had a better idea. Why not become a painter? With that decision, his life evolved. He met Georges Seurat in 1884. Georges Seurat developed the technique of applying small strokes or dotsContinue reading “#FridayPainting: Paul Signac “The Papal Palace in Avignon””

#FridayPainting: Paul Signac “Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde “

“The golden age has not passed; it lies in the future.” Paul Signac Life is constantly evolving. Nothing remains constant. So, it is with gratitude that I view Paul Signac’s “Notre Dame,” a watercolour on paper, completed in 1885. In our reality, time travel is not possible, without the help of artists and all creativesContinue reading “#FridayPainting: Paul Signac “Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde “”