Definitions for "Pointillism"
Of or pertaining to Neo-Kantianism.
A method of painting developed in France in the 1880s in which the image is comprised of carefully arranged dots of color. When viewed from a distance, these dots of color appear to blend together to form other colors. Georges Seurat was the leading exponent. The most widely known work of Pointillism is Seurat's "Un dimanche après-midi à l'Ile de la Grande Jatte" (A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte).
A system of painting using tiny dots or "points" of colour developed by French, late 19th-century artist, Georges Seurat, who systematized the divided brushwork and optical colour mixture of the Impressionists and called this technique divisionism.
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