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Georges Seurat - Bathers at Asnières

1884
Oil on canvas
201 x 300 cm

María Amelia Sanchez Pantusa
El separar los colores abrio otro camino, el del pop - art.
Georges Seurat con su puntillismo libero la escultura y la pintura. El primero en colocar colage fue Switters, le siguio Pablo Picasso y Georges Braque.

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Stunning Painting have loved this Seurat for decades!

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