Academic Papers of Curtis M. Kularski

Pointillism


Art History 2 ART 115
Associate in Fine Arts Fall 2008

Abstract

             Pointillism is a time consuming and labor intensive method for painting, applying texture or shading (in illustration). It is most commonly seen in painting, which is its most elaborate form. Tiny dots of primary colors are used to create an image. The style was originally created by Georges-Pierre Seurat.

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