This is SeuratÂ© ï¿½s final study for his monumental painting of Parisians at leisure on an island in the Seine. Contrasting pigments are woven together with small, patchy brushstrokes, whereas in the mural-sized park scene which debuted two years later at the 1886 Impressionist exhibition Seurat used tighter, dot-like dabs of paint, a technique which came to be known as Pointillism. He preferred the term Divisionism the principle of separating color into small touches placed side-by-side and meant to blend in the eye of the viewer. All prints and frames are 100% American made at our warehouse in Cincinnati, OH. We print all art pieces, manufacture our own frames, and stretch our own canvas. All items are on-demand and produced right here! Each print is printed onto semi-gloss paper, and then either rolled or framed before shipping out. Canvas prints are stretched over 1.5-inch stretcher bars. We take pride in the quality of all our products and strive to give our customers the best wall art possible!
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