The inclusion of Monet's radiant The Thaw at Vetheuil (1880) and Pissarro's pointillist
Haymaking, Eragny (1887) helps to demonstrate how Munch and Van Gogh adopted radical new approaches to light, colour, and composition, while refusing to settle for one particular mode of painting.
However, this pointillist
method also makes it possible to knit together the very different approaches of the new Austrian, American, and British historiography.
Many of us have asked students to create still life paintings in the manner of Gauguin or to dab colors as a Pointillist
Book 2 includes "Primavera" (Spring) by Sandro Botticelli, which uses a ground bass pattern typical of the Renaissance period, and "Cirque" (Circus) by Georges Seurat, a French pointillist
painter, using the chromatic figure from the theme to "Entrance of the Gladiators.
Though its use of color is exuberant, Ali Ahmad's work is in no way pointillist
Like a superb pointillist
, Leader reveals, bit by bit, Bellow's own portrait of the artist as a young man.
Weber is the pointillist
of prose, crafting prismatic fragments of images that resonate in one's soul.
Mix a pitcher of martinis Tuesday evening to fortify yourself against the torrent of election returns painting a pointillist
portrait of the nation's mind.
All of this passed so quickly that I didn't begin rolling her comment around in my head until we were looking at the sublime pointillist
paintings of Georges Seurat and his associates.
The Bishop Arts District in Dallas is home to a pointillist
collection of shops, theaters, and restaurants.
His earliest work was influenced by Impressionism, although he also later painted in pointillist
Paper works such as Crab and Sea Anemone on Ocean Floor, 1971, with their radiant pointillist
surfaces, are exercises in perception as much as depictions of the camouflage skills of various flora and fauna.