Similar words: point, point out, appoint, point to, to the point, in point of, checkpoint, appointment. Meaning: ['pɔɪntɪlɪzm ,'pwæn-] n. a school of painters who used a technique of painting with tiny dots of pure colors that would blend in the viewer's eye; developed by Georges Seurat and his followers late in 19th century France.
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1. In its slightly earlier day, pointillism had also had a progressive artistic programme.
2. In arguing for pointillism, he quoted the scientific treatises consulted by Seurat and even printed mathematical equations.
3. As a result, we chose to use a "pointillism" technique that imitated the original painting through artistic effect and aligns with the brand image.
4. Van Gogh would also learn from the pointillism of Seurat, the primitive simplicity of Japanese prints, the Symbolists' embrace of dreamlike imagery.
5. The painting "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by Seurat is probably the most famous work of pointillism.
6. It was a method that also because known as Pointillism.
7. Points can form a line, but they can also make up a beautiful picture. This workshop will introduce the technique of Pointillism, teaching you how to create your own dotted painting!
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8. It is the combination and intertexture of the multi timbres that make up of pointillism timber effect in either verticality or horizontality.
9. It is a modern artistic expression, a mix of Pop Art and Pointillism.
10. Loiseau was born during which Impressionism was beginning to take its role in France, thus he had received great impact from Corot, Monet, and the style of pointillism.
11. Artists using this method of mixing colours to draw are called " pointillism".
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