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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For that, he is justly regarded as a founding father of the neoimpressionist school of behavioral finance.
They used those distinguishing terms from the French painting tradition at whose pinnacle stood the tableau, the enduring, fully unified work--which remained, as Martha Ward has shown, a defining but reconfigured aspiration for Impressionist and NeoImpressionist painters.
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.
The neoimpressionists carried the technique of division to its inherent extreme in their use of pointillism, which consisted of juxtaposing tiny dots of pure color upon a white canvas, thus allowing the eye alone to unite the strokes and create the impression of tone.