He worked in Paris.
Yes he did he created dot paint
His subjects were people and landscapes, this did not change.
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Oil paint. and his own poo on birthdays and speical essions!!
Seurat has not given that information.
Oil paint on canvas.
Coal for drawing and oil paint for painting.
You do not DRAW paintings - you PAINT them!
He did not give us that information.
Oil paint for paintings, coal for drawings.
Seurat's painting style is usually called Pointillism.
George Seurat is very important because he invented pointillism, which consists of small dots of pure color that are paint directly onto the picture
Georges Seurat termed his technique Neo-impressionism. More often we refer to it as pointillism. He applied paint in small dots. If you Google "Seurat" you can read more about him and his followers, e.g. Paul Signac.
Artists sometimes paint with dots, which is called pointillism. Famous artists that have works that use this technique are Georges Seurat and Vincent van Gogh.
Georges Seurat - Impressionist most famous painting - Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
Georges Seurat is a French Post-Impressionist painter, he developed a technique which people called "Pointillism", and he called it "Divisionism". He devised a method of painting which used dots of paint instead of using longer brush strokes to create the picture. His paintings are quite natural using of light and color. Check his paintings on this link (See related Link)
Landscapes with or without people, circus.
If he wanted to paint something that was green, he didn't use green paint. He painted a blue and yellow point really close together so if you get a magnifying glass and look at it you will only see a blue and yellow point really close together!
The artist that developed a style called pointillism was Georges Seurat. This technique referred to the way that paint was applied to the canvas, and how it was composed of thousands of dots, making it look like points.
The moscaroprareto Painting
yes he did. oil paint is ideal for the technique that he painted in (pointillism) as it is preferred for its thickness and it's tendency not to run or bleed.
Outdoors in the Seine area northwest of Paris.