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POINTILLISM

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Katie Amos

on 22 May 2014

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Transcript of POINTILLISM

POINTILLISM
What is Pointillism?
Other Examples
Group Discussion
What did you learn about pointillism?

What are the main characteristics/technique?

Do you like this style of art? - Why or why not?
Remember...
Paint
not
mixed on a palette
Individual
dots
, or points, of color
Brushstrokes
carefully
placed, not spontaneous, rigid compositions
What is Pointillism?
A Painting style - branched from Impressionism
Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884-1888) by Georges-Pierre Seurat
CLOSE UP
Developed in 1886 by Georges Seurat and Paul Signac
TECHNIQUE
:
small
, distinct
dots
of
pure color
are applied in
patterns
to form an image
The concept of pointillism is to create solid space of color by using dots of two or more colors in an area.
Also called: Neoimpressionism
It's purpose was to bring about harmony & emotion in art. (Similar to that found in music)

POINTILLISM was a new language or art.
3rd Grade
Image must have a foreground, middle ground, and background.
4th Grade
Create a landscape using pointillism
5th Grade
Include a horizon line in your pointillism painting
Student work (3rd grade examples):
Sand
paper
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