Neo-Impressionist Painters: A Sourcebook on Georges Seurat, Camille Pissarro, Paul Signac, Theo Van Rysselberghe, Henri Edmond Cross, Charles Angrand, Maximilien Luce, and Albert Dubois-Pillet

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Contents
Prefaceix
Acknowledgmentsxi
Introductionxi
Neo-Impressionism Chronology , 1881-19051
Common Abbreviations7
Neo-Impressionism in General9
Georges Pierre Seurat63
Biography 63
Chronology, 1859-189165
Bibliography 71
Camille Pissarro137
Biography 137
Chronology, 1830-1903139
Bibliography 145
Paul Signac229
Biography 229
Chronology, 1863-1935231
Bibliography 237
Théo Van Rysselberghe267
Biography 267
Chronology, 1862-1926269
Bibliography 275
Henri Edmond Cross289
Biography 289
Chronology, 1856-1910291
Bibliography 295
Charles Angrand309
Biography 309
Chronology, 1854-1926311
Bibliography 317
Maximilien Luce323
Biography 323
Chronology, 1858-1941325
Bibliography 335

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Neo-Impressionism Chronology, 1881-1905 1
  • Common Abbreviations 7
  • Neo-Impressionism in General 9
  • Georges Pierre Seurat - Biography 63
  • Camille Pissarro - Biography 137
  • Albert Dubois-Pillet - Bibliography 363
  • Art Works Index 371
  • Personal Names Index 375
  • About the Authors *
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