Brochier Soieries Signac: Le Nuage Rose, Oblong Scarf

About the Artist

Paul Victor Jules Signac (1863–1935) was a French neo-impressionist painter who, along with Georges Seurat, helped develop the pointillist style of applying small dabs of intense color closely together on the canvas, using contrasting shades that appeared to merge and shimmer when viewed from a distance. Signac was a mentor to younger avant-garde artists, including Henri Matisse.

Signac: Le Nuage Rose, Oblong Scarf

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Echoing the pointillism of Paul Signac's Le Nuage Rose, Antibes (1916), this silk and chiffon scarf highlights individual brushstrokes up close but blends into a scene of rose-colored clouds over the ocean from a distance.

  • Silk chiffon
  • 15.7 x 55 inches
  • Made in France

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