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A branch of neoimpressionism in which colors are divided into their components and mechanically arranged so that the eye organizes the shape.
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(Art Movements) the pointillism of Seurat and his followers
diˈvisionist n, adj
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the use of small juxtaposed dots of color on a canvas. Cf. Pointillism. — divisionist, n., adj.See also: Art
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