Signac at other expos

 

 

Impressionism, a historical reconstruction:

Paul Signac

(1863-1935)

at the Salon des Indépendants

and other expositions

an impression of his exhibited pictures

 

Which pictures did Signac show at other exhibitions?
On this page you will find mainly an impression of the pictures that Paul Signac exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants from 1884 till 1836. Paul Signac exhibited from 1884-1935 at the Salon des Indépendants and also 1884/05 at the predecessor the Groupe des Indépendants and in 1936 there was a posthumous exhibition. Many of these works he also exhibited at Les XX (=XX) and it’s successor La Libre Esthétique (=LE) in Brussels, in Antwerp at the exhibitions of l’Art pour Art in 1892+93 (=Ansver ApA), with Durand-Ruel in New York in 1886, at the Expositions Impressionnistes et Symbolistes in Paris in 1892 (=EIS), at Expositions Universelle, at Centennial Expositions, at international impressionist exhibitions. Several of these works were also shown at solo exhibitions at the art-dealer Bernheim-Jeune (=BJ) namely in 1907 + 23 +30, at Durand-Ruel (=DR), at Druet and at the Petit Palais in 1934 (=PP1934). Note: I will mainly render the oil paintings he exhibited, not the aquarelles, who are often much harder to identify.
See links for an account and for an explanation of the subscriptions. My main source is the Catalogue Raisonné of Cachin (2000=R106) added with the catalogue of Ferretti-Bocquillon (2001=R39). See for the other sources at the bottom of the main page on Paul Signac. I will render the pictures by form and chronological. I this way you will get an impression of what paintings he made and exhibited through the years. Note: If you double click on the first picture and then click on full screen, you can create a slideshow. Enjoy!

 

 

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