About this artwork
This view of the harbor of Les Andelys, a village on the Seine River near Giverny, is part of a series of 10 works that Paul Signac made in the summer and early fall of 1886. It was the first series he painted using the all-over dots and dashes of strong color that were the hallmark of the Neo-Impressionist group centered around his friend Georges Seurat.
- Paul Signac
- Les Andelys, Côte d'Aval
- Oil on canvas
- Inscribed lower right: P. Signac. 86
- 23 5/8 × 36 1/4 in. (60 × 92 cm)
- Through prior gift of William Wood Prince