The familiar 'collapse' of Neo-Impressionism
is fleshed out here with sympathy verging on a lament, but also with uncompromising intelligence.
Alternating between oil and watercolor and gouache, and influenced a lot by neo-impressionism
and abstract expressionism, she describes her paintings as 'lonely but hopeful, yet a little playful.
Goldfarb's early AbEx work, commendable as it is, took on a particularly personal thrust when her Tachisme eventually ceded place to the nervous dots of Neo-Impressionism
, the "scientific method" of Georges Seurat and Paul Signac that reformulated the effect of light through the application of tiny points of pure color mixed, as it were, within the eye.
Mirroring his peripatetic existence, his painting style at various times borrowed from a hatchwork of neo-impressionism
(Giovanni Segantini), German expressionism (Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc), French post-impressionism (Paul Cezanne), and Symbolism.
It also revises significantly our understanding of Matisse as a painter of the idyllic, and, through a sustained analysis rarely accorded neo-impressionism
in the 1890s, recognizes Signac's work as part of the idyllic tradition.
Like many busy art teachers, I finally found time to read the September, 1989 issue of SchoolArts during winter break, and was excited to find the Looking/Learning article, "Painting: Neo-Impressionism
Up close, the works threaten to dissolve, an unlikely neo-impressionism
Pissarro will gravitate to Neo-Impressionism
, while Cezanne will move south to strive alone to paint his 'new truth in painting'.
Whether abstraction derives from Cubism or Impressionism or Fauvism or Neo-Impressionism
or Expressionism or some combination of these developments, its antecedents are traceable to the aesthetic vitality of representational painting.
Between 1897 and 1900, Matisse experimented with numerous artistic styles, including Impressionism, Pointillism, and Neo-Impressionism
There has been no comprehensive overview of neo-impressionism
, however, since the Guggenheim's in 1968.
Gauguin was the only painter of note to forge a pictorial style that had no link with Neo-Impressionism