LIGHTEN UP YOUR OWN SPACE:
Contrasting pigments are woven together in this wall hanging with small, patchy brushstrokes, whereas in the mural-sized park scene—which debuted two years later at the 1886 Impressionist exhibition—Seurat used tighter, dot-like dabs of paint, a technique which came to be known as Pointillism (from the French word point, or dot). He preferred the term Divisionism—the principle of separating color into small touches placed side-by-side and meant to blend in the eye of the viewer. Art Nouveau Design.
Made from tapestry woven fabric.
Product size: Approx 139 x 90 cm
Weight: 1.101 kg
Note: All our wall hangings does not include the wall hanging rod, please order our Signare Tapestry Wall Hanging Rod separately.
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