Door Marina Ferretti-Bocquillon
|Boektype||Gebonden hardcover met stofomslag|
|Uitgeverij||Paris, Vilo Publishing|
|Jaar van uitgave||2001|
|Samenvatting||Made famous worldwide by his pointillist paintings, Paul Signac (1863-1935) is less well-known for his watercolours. In 1892, when resting in Saint Tropez, the artist discovered the immense possibilities of this specific technique, which later become his favourite means of expression. Signac's watercolours display his amazing grasp of colour and the effects of light on the sea, the sky and nature. From his first Japanese works to the large series depicting French harbours commissioned at the end of his life, this rich and complete monograph relates the progress of an artist fond of freedom. Signac: Watercolors is beautifully illustrated with many previously unpublished paintings and an indepth text containing many of the artist's own writings. Retrospectives of Signac's oeuvre will be staged at various international galleries throughout 2001.|
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