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Silvia Scirocco Jun 13
My paintings of the ❤ heart (Paris, 1863 -Paris , 1935) Port - en- bassin Calvados, 1884. Private Collection
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letras con arte Jun 8
The Bonaventure Pine 1893 Museum of Fine Arts Houston
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Alexandra Epps Sep 4
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R. Lehman Collection Nov 10
Evening Calm, Concarneau, Opus 220 (Allegro Maestoso) by Paul Signac
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AK May 20
Replying to @__Twinkl8__
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Paul Signac Nov 20
Antibes, thunderstorms, 1919
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R. Lehman Collection Sep 16
Docks at Saint Malo by Paul Signac
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ALBERTINA Museum May 3
Dreaming of Venice with | Venice, the Pink Cloud | 1909 | © The Albertina Museum, Vienna. The Batliner collection
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Paul Signac Nov 4
The Look at Montauban in rain, 1922
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Museum of Fine Arts Nov 11
Like Monet and Pissarro before him, frequently selected sites along the Seine to experiment with technique and nature observation. Signac was born in 1863 and you can see his "View of the Seine at Herblay" (1889) on view in our Art of Europe galleries!
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Art Observed Nov 12
This reaches estimate and sells quickly to a final of $16,210,000
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Alexandra Epps Dec 30
Woman with a Parasol 1893
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Silvia Scirocco Jul 25
Paintings of my ❤ heart (Paris, november 11, 1863 - Paris, august 15, 1935) Sailboats and pines, 1896
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Christie's Feb 11
The Impressionists are often associated with their dazzling depictions of light on water. Yet two in particular — & — ‘were equally at home at the helm of a yacht and in front of their easels’, says specialist Keith Gill.
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Christie's Feb 27
’s ‘Le Port au soleil couchant, Opus 236 (Saint-Tropez)’, sells for £19,501,250 achieving a for a work by the artist.
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Paul Signac Nov 3
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Paul Signac Nov 24
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Paul Signac Nov 22
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iTravelWithArt Apr 27
This is how described Saint Tropez “A strange wind pushed me toward the eighth wonder of the world, I have enough here to work on for the rest of my life”
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Paul Signac Nov 30
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