Charles Angrand: important member of the neo-impressionist movement.
Charles Théophile Angrand (1854 - 1926), born in the Normandy, moved in 1882 to Paris and established friendly contacts with Seurat, Signac, Luce and Cross. He was an important member of the Parisian avant-garde art scene in the late 1880s and early 1890s.
Like his friends, he devoted much time to studying optical effects, the division of tone, and analyzed color and light. He made many pleine-air studies, worked with Seurat on the Island of Grande Jatte, painted landscapes and views of Parisian suburbs, using the pointillist technique.
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Charles Angrand, Émile Bernard, Pierre Bonnard, Theodore Earl Butler, Victor Charreton, Frédéric Samuel Cordey, Albert Dubois-Pillet, Georges d'Espagnat, Louis Gaidan, Louis Hayet, Blanche Hoschedé-Monet, Henri Lebasque, Alcide Le Beau, Henri Le Sidaner, Gustave Loiseau, Maximilien Luce, Paul Madeline, Henri Martin, Maxime Maufra, Henry Moret, Hippolyte Petitjean, Ferdinand Loyen du Puigaudeau, Claude-Émile Schuffenecker, Paul Signac, Nicolas Tarkhoff, Louis Valtat, Edouard Vuillard.