Paul Signac (1863-1935)
Signac was born and died in Paris. He originally planned to study architecture, but upon getting to know the Impressionist school, he decided to become an artist. In the circle of young arists he was struck by the systematic working methods of Seurat, and his theory of colors. He became Seurat's faithful supporter, and upon Seurat's death, succeded him as leader of the Neo-Impressionists. Signac developed a personal style from Impresionism, a style that he sustained until his death.


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