St. Tropez II
- Paul Signac (French, 1863-1935)
- Color lithograph
- comp: 10-11/16 x 14-7/16 in. (27.1 x 36.7 cm); sheet: 16-11/16 x 23-11/16 in. (42.4 x 60.2 cm)
- Credit Line:
- Norton Simon Museum, Museum Purchase, Virginia R. Hampton Memorial Fund
- Accession Number:
- © Norton Simon Museum
Paul Signac was a political anarchist who believed deeply that social change could only be achieved in concert with absolute artistic freedom. Working alongside Georges Seurat, Signac turned to Neo-Impressionism as a path to achieve his radical goals. His rainbow-colored and neatly gestural landscapes which so often depicted the coast in St. Tropez where the artist summered, position Signac as a link between artists such as Seurat and Vincent van Gogh on the one hand and Henri Matisse on the other.
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