neoimpressionism

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neoimpressionism:

see postimpressionismpostimpressionism,
term coined by Roger Fry to refer to the work of a number of French painters active at the end of the 19th cent. who, although they developed their varied styles quite independently, were united in their rejection of impressionism.
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The paintings McEntyre has chosen for this newest collection are all from the last three years of Van Gogh's life (1887-1890), when he lived in France surrounded by impressionist and neoimpressionist work, which had a strong influence on him and helped bring about his very distinctive style.
Dyke donated his collection of 133 drawings and watercolors by neoimpressionist artist Paul Signac to the Arkansas Arts Center more than eight years ago.
To think that the neoimpressionists are painters who cover canvases with little multicolored spots is a rather widespread mistake," wrote Paul Signac in his manifesto of their movement.