Paul Signac

Paul Signac was a French-born painter, his full name was Paul Victor Jules Signache was born on the 11th of November 1863 and he died on the 15th of August 1935. He was Impressionist and he is remembered for his pastel and oil paintings. He wasn’t limited only to painting, he also made bronze sculptures and also prints. The interesting part about his work was that he used to paint dancers, most of his works illustrate people dancing. Paul Signac is known as one of the founders of Impressionism, he didn’t like the term Impressionism, he preferred that he be called a realist. Another interesting fact about Paul Signac is that he only painted indoors.

Some of the well-known Paul Signac paintings are The Pont des Arts, Notre-Dame de la Garde (La Bonne-Mère). His artworks can be found in various private collections as well as in art galleries around the world. Paul Signac is a true legend, and his artworks are beautiful.

We have sourced some of Paul Signac's best works, and we reproduce them onto wooden puzzles. By doing a puzzle with Paul Signac's artwork, you can bring yourself back to the 19th century, very detailed art with people from those days. A true fine-art fan will love a Paul Signac puzzle.