Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Glowlit Update – Connecting the Dots

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With the arrival of pointillism in the late 19th century came a scientific revolution in the art world. Part of the broader Neo-Impressionist movement, it rejected the subjective approach of the prevailing artistic expression of the time. This new technique, developed by artist Georges Seurat, used small dots of pure color placed strategically to create patterns that when viewed as a whole formed beautiful images. Rather than seeing thousands of individual dots of color, our minds naturally blend them to form an image. In 1886, Seurat completed his most famous painting using the pointillism technique, A Sunday Afternoon on. . .

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