Bathers (ca. 1883–1884)

Technique: Giclée quality print
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The painting depicts a group of figures by a body of water on a sunny day. In the foreground, several people are seated on the grassy shore. They are dressed in a mix of dark and light clothing, some facing the water while others have their backs to the viewer. In the water, a few individuals wade and swim. Their reflections subtly ripple across the water's shimmering surface, flecked with touches of white, suggesting light play and movement. The background features lush greenery and another strip of land across the water, with a sailboat and hints of buildings visible in the distance.


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Georges-Pierre Seurat (1859–1891) was a French artist and painter. Seurat's paintings were known for vibrancy of color and the use of tiny brushstrokes of contrasting colors. His intense interest in line, color, color theory, and optical effects formed the basis of Divisionism, whereas the use of layering small brushstrokes and dots formed the basis of Pointillism. His iconic late 19th-century painting, "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" (1884), paved the way for the initiation of Neo-impressionism.

Seurat was only 31 when he died, yet he left behind an influential body of work, comprising seven monumental paintings, hundreds of drawings and sketches, and around 40 smaller-scale paintings and sketches. Although his oeuvre is relatively small in quantity, it had a lasting impact. He was among the first artists to make a systematic and devoted use of color theory, and his technical innovations influenced many of his peers.