Georges Manzana-Pissarro painted a series of landscapes in impressionist style and began to look for other means of expression in the form of design of decorative objects and furniture. He was influenced by Paul Gauguin’s exotic nature scenes and be started experimenting with gold, silver and copper paint in some of his works.
From early 20th Century he regularly exhibited his post-impressionist works and in 1914 held his most important exhibition during his career at Musee des Arts Decoratifs with over 311 works including paintings, tapestries, furniture, glassware and other items.
He continued to exhibit his work until the late 1930s and split his time between Les Andelys and Paris. At the beginning of the war he moved to Casablanca with his family.