Notes
1.
See letter of Aman-Jean cited by Coquiot: Seurat, p. 22.
2.
Ibid., pp. 27 and 29.
3.
The archives of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts show that Seurat entered in February 1878. Of the 80 best students admitted to the class in painting on March 19, 1878, Seurat was rated 67th. At the end of the summer semester he dropped to 73rd on the list. However, on the report for March 18, 1879, Seurat occupies the 47th place. See R. Rey, La Renaissance du sentiment classique, p. 101.
4.
Ch. Blanc: Grammaire des arts du dessin -- translated by K. Newell Doggett: The Grammar of Painting and Engraving, New York, 1874, p. 164.
5.
The lyrical descriptions of boats found in one of Seurat's notebooks and published by Coquiot, op. cit., pp. 122-125, are not, according to Fénéon, the painter's own impressions, but were copied by him from some publication.
6.
R. Marx in Le Progrès Artistique, June 15, 1883.
7.
Baudelaire:L'Œuvre et la vie d'Eugène Delacroix. Variétés critiques, III.
8.
Ch. Blanc, op. cit., pp. 146, 156 and 162.
9.
Notes inédites de Seurat sur Delacroix, Bulletin de la Vie Artistique, April, 1922.
10.
G. Kahn in L'Art Moderne, April 5, 1891.
11.
Chevreul: La Loi du contraste simultané des couleurs -- translated by Charles Martel: The Principles of Harmony and Contrast of Colors, London 1855, second edition. Statement 78.
12.
Signac in Encyclopédie Française, vol. XVI, chap. II.
13.
R. Marx in Le Voltaire, May 16, 1884.
14.
J. E. Blanche, three years younger than Seurat, who studied painting under Gervex and at the Académie Julian, relates that at that time "they used to go and make sketches near the fortifications outside Paris, near the factories of Suresnes, and on the island of La Grande Jatte." See J. E. Blanche: De Gauguin à la revue nègre, p. 37.
15.
Delacroix, cited by Signac: D'Eugène Delacroix au Néo-impressionnisme, chap. I.
16.
Exhibition of Independent Artists, 1884, authorized by the Director of Fine Arts of Paris, B. Baracks, Cour des Tuileries, from May 15 to July 1.
17.
Signac: Le Néo-impressionnisme, documents.
18.
de Katow in Gil Blas, May 17, 1884.
19.
Clarétie in Le Temps, May, 1884.
20.
Alexis in Cri du Peuple, May, 1884.
21.
E. Jacques in L'Intransigeant, May 24, 1884.
22.
R. Marx in Le Voltaire, May 16, 1884.
23.
Signac, op. cit., chap. IV.
24.
Letter of Signac to Monet quoted by Geffroy : Claude Monet, vol. I, p. 175.
25.
Geffroy, op. cit., vol. II, p. 166; see also vol. I, p. 215.
26.
Signac, op. cit., chap. II.
27.
Ibid.
28.
Fénéon in L'Art Moderne, Sept. 19, 1886. See the application to the Municipal Council of July 2, 1885, reproduced by Coquiot, op. cit., pp. 142-148. Also Coquiot Les Indépendants, pp. 9-10.
29.
R. Marx in Le Voltaire, December 10, 1884.
30.
Letter of C. Pissarro to P. Durand-Ruel, November 6, 1886, cited by L. Venturi: Les Archives de l'Impressionnisme, vol. II, p. 24.
31.
Signac, op. cit., chap. III.
32.
See D. Catton Rich: Seurat and the Evolution of "La Grande Jatte."
33.
Signac, op. cit., chap. III.
34.
Signac in Encyclopédie Française, vol. XVI, chap. II.
35.
See the letter of Angrand cited by Coquiot, op. cit., p. 40.

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