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Seurat, Georges Pierre

Syllabification: Seu·rat, Georges Pierre
Pronunciation: /səˈrä
 
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  • (1859–91), French painter. The founder of neo-impressionism, he is chiefly associated with pointillism, which he developed during the 1880s. Among his major paintings using this technique is Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884–86).

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