保罗·西涅克(1863-1935)， 法国新印象派点彩派创始人之一，他主要画风景，且经常使用点彩派技法作画 。1863年11月11日生于巴黎，1935年8月15日卒于同地。早年学建筑，后转而学绘画。1884年与G.修拉交往后，开始接受新印象主义理论，并成为这一运动的骨干人物。作品富于激情，善用红色作为基调，代表作《圣特罗佩港的出航》、《马赛港的入口》等色彩鲜明和谐，使远近产生秩序感。晚年思想进步，同情社会主义和俄国十月革命。
Paul Sinek (1863-1935), one of the founders of the French Neo-Impressionist Painting School, mainly paints landscapes and often uses the Painting Painting Techniques. Born in Paris on November 11, 1863, he died in the same place on August 15, 1935. In his early years, he learned architecture, and then he turned to painting. After contacting G. Schura in 1884, he began to accept the theory of New Impressionism and became the backbone of the movement. The work is full of passion, and is good at using red as the keynote. The representative works such as Saint Tropez's departure and Marseille's entrance are vivid and harmonious, which makes the distance produce a sense of order. In his later years, he made progress in thought and sympathized with socialism and the October Revolution in Russia.