List of Illustrations
With the exception of those paintings whose French titles are well known, the captions for the reproductions have been translated; but in some cases the original title is given in brackets. Sizes are given in inches, height precedes width.
Opposite the title page: Photograph of Georges Seurat.
ILLUSTRATIONS IN THE TEXT
1. G. SEURAT: Studies from Plaster Casts, about 1874. Drawing, 9¼ x 5¾. In the author's collection. 2
2. G. SEURAT: Study of a Leg, about 1875. Drawing, 9⅜ x 6⅛. In the author's collection. 2
3. G. SEURAT: Sir Richard Southwell, Copy of Holbein's drawing, 1877. Drawing, 9¾ x 7¾ Private collection. 3
4. G. SEURAT: Detail of Poussin's Self-Portrait in the Louvre, about 1877. Drawing, 8⅜ x 5⅞ Private collection, New York. 3
5. G. SEURAT: Andromeda on the Rock, Copy from Ingres' painting, about 1878. Oil on canvas, 32 x 25½. Private collection. 4
6. G. SEURAT: The Source copied from Ingres' painting, about 1878. Drawing, 15 x 19¼. In the author's collection. 4
7. G. SEURAT: The Sleeping Shepherd, about 1878. Drawing, 9½. x 12¾. In the author's collection. 5
8. G. SEURAT: Studies of Women, 1880. Drawing, 5⅞ x 9¼. (Page from a note- book in which Seurat made sketches while serving as a conscript at Brest.) In the author's collection. 6
9. G. SEURAT: Studies of Hands, 1880. Drawing, 5⅞ x 9¼ (Page from a notebook in which Seurat made sketches while serving as a conscript at Brest.) In the author's collection. 7
10. G. SEURAT: Detail from a painting done in 1882. (Boy with Cow, Oil on canvas. Bignou Gallery.) Original size. 9
11. G. SEURAT: Portrait of the Painter Aman-Jean, 1882. Conté crayon drawing, 24¾ x 18¾. Stephen C. Clark collection. 11
12. G. SEURAT: Still Life of Clothes, Study for "Une Baignade," 1883-84. Conté crayon drawing, 9⅛ x 11⅞. Jacques Seligmann & Co.12
13. G. SEURAT: Study of a Leg for "Une Baignade," 1883-84. Conté crayon drawing, 9½ x 12½. Jacques Seligmann & Co.15

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  • Title Page v
  • Table of Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Introduction xvii
  • The Beginning 1
  • Salon Des Indéependants 13
  • A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte 19
  • The Eighth Exhibition of the Impressionists 27
  • Félix Fénéon and the Neo-Impressionists 33
  • New Exhibitions: New York, Paris, Brussels 37
  • Seurat and His Friends 43
  • Seurat's Theories 57
  • Praise and Dispraise 63
  • The Last Works 69
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