The Two Milliners by Signac

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by E.G. Bührle Foundation
published on 18 May 2022

An 1885-6 oil on canvas, The Two Milliners, by Paul Signac (1863-1935), the French impressionist painter. This austere depiction of two milliners in a highly-organised composition was another challenge to the more traditional impressionist style, and Signac came to be regarded, therefore, as a neo-impressionist. (E.G. Bührle Foundation, Zürich)

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