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Port de Cette, Les Tartanes - Theo van Rysselberghe - Framed art Print

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Type: Print On Demand Image

Collections: Boat,  Harbours & Ports,  Landscape & Seascape,  Pointillism,  Post-Impressionism,  Pre 1900,  Sailing,  Seascape,  Sport,  Theo van Rysselberghe,  


  • Framed Pointillism art print (43 x 50 cm) by Theo van Rysselberghe.
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  • Framed Size is 43 x 50 cm.
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About this artwork

Theo van Rysselberghe was a key figure in the neo-impressionist art movement from Belgium, making a significant impact on European art around the start of the 1900s. His work 'Port de Cette, Les Tartanes' was created when he was at his most productive and represents the port in the French southern town of Sète. Van Rysselberghe used a technique known as pointillism, where tiny individual dots of colour are used in specific patterns to create the overall image.



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About the artist

Théophile van Rysselberghe, born into a French-speaking bourgeois family, trained at the Academy of Ghent and later at Brussels' Royal Academy. Around 1880, he made three inspiring trips to Morocco, capturing its vibrant street life in his work, which was received with great interest in Belgium. In 1883, he co-founded the progressive artist group, Les XX, attracting members like Auguste Rodin and Paul Signac. He also formed crucial bonds with American painters William Merritt Chase and John Singer Sargent, who significantly influenced his portraiture.

In 1886, van Rysselberghe was enthralled by Impressionism, quickly adopting Seurat's pointillist style. His brushwork softened post-1903, and his later works exhibit a blend of classical influence and that of emerging Art Nouveau. He died in 1926 in Le Lavandou, France. His art is shown in The National Gallery in London, New York's Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Ghent.

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