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PEACE THROUGH ARTS ECOLE ALPHONSE DAUDET Famous French artists inspired our pupils. Georges SEURAT( 1859 - 1871) and the Pointillism. Raoul Dufy ( 1877-1953) He drew the buildings of Paris in black He painted them with bright colours without following the outlines He left some white.

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    1. PEACE THROUGH ARTS ECOLE ALPHONSE DAUDET Famous French artists inspired our pupils

    2. Georges SEURAT( 1859 - 1871) and the Pointillism

    3. Raoul Dufy ( 1877-1953) He drew the buildings of Paris in black He painted them with bright colours without following the outlines He left some white

    4. The pupils draw famous buildings of Paris

    5. They glue their drawings on a large sheet of paper and they painted with rollers

    6. Paul GAUGUIN (1848- 1903) Le Cheval blanc The painting presents a foreground, a second plan and a background Gauguin used blue, green, white and a touch of red

    7. Now it's your turn! Enjoy creating with French Artists!