Georges SEURAT has written: 'Georges Seurat'
He had one son, but no wife.
He lived in Paris with his mistress.
Georges Seurat was born in Paris on December 2, 1859. Georges Seurat died in Paris on March 29, 1891.
As a painter, Georges Seurat (along with Signac) pioneered the use of Pointillism.
Georges Seurat went to school at the School of fine arts in Paris.
Georges Seurat began to study art at the age of eighteen.
Georges Pierre Seurat was raised in Paris, France. His father, Antoine-Chrysostome Seurat, was a customs official who was often away from home, so Seurat and his brother, Emile, and sister, Marie-Berthe, were raised primarily by their mother, Ernestine (Faivre) Seurat. Seurat received his earliest art lessons from an uncle. Later in life, he had a common-law wife, Madeleine Knoblauch and a son, Pierre-Georges Seurat.
Georges Seurat is from Paris,France.
There is no Seurat painting of that name.
He did not travel.
No, he was French.
Georges Seurat was a pointillist or neo-impressionist.
Yes, he did. His son's name was Pierre Georges.
He worked in Paris.
He was French, from Paris.
He was never an apprentice.