The Kreller-Muller Museum for the first time presented the works of Georges Seurat (1859-1891) from its own collection. There is the largest (five canvases) collection of works by an artist who lived a very short life, thirty-one years. In total, Sera created fifty paintings and 24 drawings. Forty of them are collected at the exhibition, including the most recent – “Circus” from the Orsay Museum. The project presents Seurat for the first time in the context of French symbolism, bringing together the works of his contemporaries in the exhibition.
May 23 – September 7, 2014
Kreller-Muller Museum, (Otterlo, Netherlands)