pointillisme

pointillisme

(ˈpwæntɪˌlɪzəm)
n
(Art Movements) a variant spelling of pointillism
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C'est le cas de l'abstrait ou encore du pointillisme.[beaucoup plus grand que] Comme s'il y avait les classiques, les peintres de reference au Maroc, et c'est tout.
It takes a great deal of ability, real knowledge and intellectual courage to write an informing, truth telling review of the tritest book, and the elaborate pointillisme implicit in an endless array of abstracted material is just as fate-giving to the mind as the same number of relatively commonplace themes exploited, each of them, on canvases of vast dimensions.
'n Mens is geneig om 'n term uit die impressionistiese en post-impressionistiese skilderkuns te gebruik en sy gedigte te beskryf as impressies, as pointillisme, pastiche.
Toulouse-Lautrec's self-portrait is also shown, painted when he was 16, while Georges Seurat had not even arrived at pointillisme when he drew superb academic male nudes.