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A Sunday on La Grande Jatte by Seurat Pet ID Tag

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Style: Bone

These custom bone-shaped pet tags are the perfect accessory for your four-legged friends. Made of burnished silver your images, designs and text will be printed in vibrant color and remain intact for years to come. UV resistant and water proof, this precious accessory will withstand the test of time even with the most adventurous pet.

  • Dimensions: 1.5" l x 1.5" w
  • UV resistant and waterproof
  • Made in USA
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A Sunday on La Grande Jatte by Seurat Pet ID Tag
A beautiful French Afternoon A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, by Georges Seurat was painted in 1884, showing a wonderful afternoon in a Paris park, along the banks of the French river. This famous pointilism painting shows different social classes harmoniously sitting and enjoying the sun and the outdoors. There's a couple strolling along with an umbrella and their monkey (!), people lying on the grass looking out at the river. One man is wearing a top hat, another a bicycle cap. A woman in a long dress and big hat is seen fishing at the bank, people running, people smooching, and many people just hanging out. Boaters in the background are rowing and sailing. A Sunday on La Grande Jatte is a scene similar to any Sunday today, only the people are wearing different clothing, and certainly there are fewer monkeys strolling with them! About Georges Seurat Georges Seurat was known for his post-impressionist work. His was a painting technique called pointillism, where the brush stroke was just a dot on the page. He was from Paris, and experimented with color and science, taking small dots, and applying them together so they eye would optically blend the colors.
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