Seurat used many painting technequs with his paintings and he also used many materials.
George Seurat is most famous for his use of pointillism, in which he used many little dots to produce a realistic image. He is well-known for his famous work, "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte," where he used pointillism. This work was an oil-painting on canvas.
george seurat used pointillism which means he didnt mix colours
Georges Seurat was a French painter in the 19 century. He is best known for his impressionist paintings and his use of pointillism.
Oil paint for paintings, coal for drawings.
Georges Seurat is from Paris,France.
He was a professional painter.
no, i think he was not rich.
george seurat was 31 yrs old when he died he used pointillism in his paintings
It is not sure but it is a respiratory disease. (::)
because he started drawing with dots.
george seurat became an artist when he started his primary school he excelled in painting nudists.
In Paris, where he lived all his life.George Seurat went to Municipal School.He did not go to an art school.
in Paris, where he lived all his life.George Seurat went to Municipal School.He did not go to an art school.
As a painter, Georges Seurat (along with Signac) pioneered the use of Pointillism.
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.
His father`s name is Antoine Chrysostom Seurat,was a Legal and a native of Champagne;his mather `s, Ernestine Faivre, was a Parisian.
He became a professional painter at 21.
he went to a school called municipal school.
Seurat has not given that information.
George Seurat is very important because he invented pointillism, which consists of small dots of pure color that are paint directly onto the picture
George Seurat was a famous artist Seurat was a very famous artist. He is most famous for his piece, "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of the Grande Jatte," which was on a 7 by 10 foot canvas, made entirely out of millions of tiny dots.
George Seurat and Paul Signac
Primarily as the artist who created the painting "Sunday In The Park ..."
Many terms are used for his style, Pointillism the most usual. Seurat did not use this term, he talked about Neoimpressionism, also Luminism.
Georges-Pierre Seurat was a painter in the late 1800s. He was not known for working for a person or place in particular, although he did spend one year in the service of the military.
Georges SEURAT has written: 'Georges Seurat'