from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A painter who follows the methods of pointillism.
- Of or relating to pointillism or the pointillists; exhibiting pointillism.
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- adjective of, pertaining to, or in the style of
- noun An
artistwho paints in this style
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- noun a painter who uses the technique of pointillism
- adjective of or relating to pointillism
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Perhaps, in pointillist fashion, I can flesh out some of the strengths and weaknesses I see in greater detail in a future post. stuart
So what I have here is kind of pointillist and jittery, little glimpses of characters doing things.
Think of the episode as a kind of pointillist canvas, with each dot of discovery forming the big picture of a Sci Fi plot device.
"The small print forms a kind of pointillist picture, individual human stories which add up to the whole," says Keith Jeffery, whose official history of the British Secret Service, or MI6, comes out in September.
It’s true that blog writers don’t have to construct long chains of reasoning all at once — a form of mental discipline that is rapidly fading from the world — but they can and do construct robust, interesting arguments in a kind of pointillist fashion, with a supporting bit of evidence here, an alternative argumentative gambit there, etc.
A large portion of the splendid photographs were taken by experts for the author and appear here for the first time ” some in color; they are supplemented by the extraordinary drawings of Barbara Boehrs done in a kind of pointillist technique which greatly reduces the distortions of earlier "facsimiles."
In the second half of the album, "Bcuz" is a brilliant confluence of zany pointillist melodies, swelling choruses and clever brass licks.
The plantings at Powell are mostly pointillist and polychromatic.
His legislative affairs people must think small pieces of legislation add up to a large pointillist portrait of political meaning.
Why blame America's distress on its deepening inequalities when someone doing a pointillist inspection of the remonstrants in Zuccotti Park can write that an organizer there was behaving as if "All occupiers are equal - but some occupiers are more equal than others" ?