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POINTILLISM  Dot to dot
Dot to dot : ‘A line is a walking point’(Paul Klee) …………………………………………………………………………………                                   Land...
Definition• Pointillism is a method  to draw and paint  using dots.• It was first coined by  art critics in the late  1880...
TECHNIQUE            Pointillism paintings                  are done            overlapping groups              of primary...
Types of dots:REGULAR DOTS                      IRREGULAR DOTS
IRREGULAR DOTS:   PAINTSPLATTERS
Some classic Pointillist Artistsfrom late S.XIX & early S.XX
Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884, oil on canvas
Signac, The Papal Palace, Avignon, 1900, oil on canvas
Derain André, Big Ben , London ,1906, oil on canvas
Some Contemporaryexamples of Pointillisttechnique variations
ROYLICHTENSTEIN:
SALVADORDALÍSome artists work with   volumetric dots  Atomic Gala
CHUCKCLOSE      FINGERPRINTS CAN BE         CONSIDERED AS   IRREGULAR DOTS TO DRAWGeorgia Fingerprint I, 1985
ARIAN NOVEIR
Other ArtisticApplications…
Decorative Patterns& Abstract Landscapes
REINTERPRETATION OF A MASTERPIECEMona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci   Art student reinterpretation
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  1. 1. POINTILLISM Dot to dot
  2. 2. Dot to dot : ‘A line is a walking point’(Paul Klee) ………………………………………………………………………………… Landscape (Paul Klee)
  3. 3. Definition• Pointillism is a method to draw and paint using dots.• It was first coined by art critics in the late 1880s to describe the artworks of George Seurat and Paul Signac.
  4. 4. TECHNIQUE Pointillism paintings are done overlapping groups of primary color dots to obtain secondary and tertiary colors.
  5. 5. Types of dots:REGULAR DOTS IRREGULAR DOTS
  6. 6. IRREGULAR DOTS: PAINTSPLATTERS
  7. 7. Some classic Pointillist Artistsfrom late S.XIX & early S.XX
  8. 8. Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884, oil on canvas
  9. 9. Signac, The Papal Palace, Avignon, 1900, oil on canvas
  10. 10. Derain André, Big Ben , London ,1906, oil on canvas
  11. 11. Some Contemporaryexamples of Pointillisttechnique variations
  12. 12. ROYLICHTENSTEIN:
  13. 13. SALVADORDALÍSome artists work with volumetric dots Atomic Gala
  14. 14. CHUCKCLOSE FINGERPRINTS CAN BE CONSIDERED AS IRREGULAR DOTS TO DRAWGeorgia Fingerprint I, 1985
  15. 15. ARIAN NOVEIR
  16. 16. Other ArtisticApplications…
  17. 17. Decorative Patterns& Abstract Landscapes
  18. 18. REINTERPRETATION OF A MASTERPIECEMona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci Art student reinterpretation

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