There is no Seurat painting of that name.
He worked in Paris.
Seurat's painting style is usually called Pointillism.
He used oil.
Oil paint for paintings, coal for drawings.
He did not give us that information.
In 1879 Seurat left the École des Beaux-Arts and rented a studio together with his friends Aman-Jean and Ernest Laurent.
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.
Coal for drawing and oil paint for painting.
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.
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.paint
he was famous for incorporating dots in his works