A Politicized Pastoral: Signac and the Cultural Geography of Mediterranean France

Dymond, Anne
June 2003
Art Bulletin;Jun2003, Vol. 85 Issue 2, p353
Academic Journal
Explores the cultural geography of Mediterranean France in Paul Signac's manifesto painting 'In the Time of Harmony: The Golden Age Is Not in the Past, It Is in the Future.' Factors which led to the increasing calls for a return to classical landscapes; Information on the 19th century cultural geography of France; Signac's depiction of daily life in St.-Tropez.


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