What Is the Meaning on La Grande Jatte?


The painting 'La Grande Jatte' has no actual meaning in and of it's title. However, there still remains great debate as to the artists intent. For many, it symbolizes the way that we 'expect' to see people, in their best, at a place in which we expect to see them (in this case, on the side of the river). And for others, it is a social commentary of the times, in which even those in low society, can intermix with those of high society by wearing proper dress.
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