Landscape, 1904


Cross, a member of the neo-impressionist circle around Seurat and Signac, adopted the style of individual pigment strokes or "tâches". Here he conveyed a feeling of sparkling sunlight by letting areas of the paper shine through between watercolors. This work, which the artist and photographer Alfred Stieglitz donated to the museum, was exhibited in his New York gallery "291".



Henri-Edmond Cross | Landscape