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neo-impressionism

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  • noun Alternative spelling of neoimpressionism.

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Examples

  • In his earliest years in the city — represented in the "Picasso discovers Paris" section of the exhibit — a young man's enthusiasm for life in a new city bleeds from canvases bearing the stamp of contemporary influences, including neo-impressionism.

    How Picasso Fell in Love With Paris and Paris Fell in Love With Him

  • The purple and gold colors are inspired by neo-impressionism, and the fractal cubes—squares within squares—are made from wooden frames with aluminum panels.

    The Endless Gaze

  • My sister, a right wing artist whose idea of neo-impressionism is to paint idealized golf courses, will wait until I've laid my coat down to hoist her glass of $8.99 wine and announce loudly that she wants to toast our "brave boys in the military."

    Deck the Fence and other Dysfunctional Holiday Observations

  • But impressionism also spawned neo-impressionism, which stressed the construction of images and colours in the observer's eye rather than on the canvas or palette.

    The Guardian World News

  • The others were told that the painting was an example of neo-impressionism in which the artist had used colour to evoke harmony and emotion.

    doggdot.us

  • The others were told that the painting was an example of neo-impressionism in which the artist had used colour to evoke harmony and emotion.

    GeekLikeMe.net

  • Sandy scores bonus points for her double entendred use of neo-impressionism!)

    Chattablogs

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