Felix Feneon — French Activist born on June 22, 1861, died on February 29, 1944

Félix Fénéon was a Parisian anarchist and art critic during the late 19th century. He coined the term "Neo-Impressionism" in 1886 to identify a group of artists led by Georges Seurat, and ardently promoted them... (wikipedia)

I aspire only to silence.
If Monsieur X spent an eternity studying treatises on optics, he would never paint 'La Grande Jatte.'

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