Neo-Impressionism also known as Divisionism or Pointillism, is a subdivision of the Post-Impressionism movement. Neo-Impressionism painters organized the system of using separate colors on the painted surface so that the eye mixed the colors rather than the artist on the palette. This theory of chromatic integration claims that these independent tiny dabs of color can be mixed optically to produce better color quality. The canvas then seems to vibrate with a glow that would radiate from the tiny dots that are packed together to produce a certain hue. The painted canvas becomes particularly luminescent.
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