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Man and Woman on the Street (1887) by Charles Angrand, which can be found at the Musée National d'Art Moderne. Charles Angrand, The little Farm, 1890 Charles Théophile Angrand (April 19, 1854 – April 1, 1926) was a French neo-Impressionist painter and anarchist. Biography Charles Angrand was born in Criquetot-sur-Ouville in Normandy. He practiced pointillism early on, but as a friend of Georges-Pierre Seurat and Paul Signac he was influenced by neo-Impressionism and strong contrasts and pure hues factored into his later work. One of the founders of the Salon des Indépendants, he also taught at the Lycée Chaptal in Paris. He died in Rouen. Source Encyclopedia of Impressionists (EDIATA-Lausanne) 1992. ISBN 2-88001-289-9 Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Charles Théophile Angrand Persondata Name Angrand, Charles Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 19, 1854 Place of birth Criquetot-sur-Ouville, Normandy, France Date of death April 1, 1926 Place of death Rouen, France This article about a French painter is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e