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SA Ahad
Aug 01, 2022
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he change of light will cause the color of the object to change. The color of the object is also caused by light." reality. One of the founders of Impressionism, Sciura painted based on the theory of optics, numerous drafts, talks with chemists, and many years of experiments. Nowadays, it is often said that "pointillism" and "divisionism" all originated from him. 1_r5fZobX6ehorKyHlms2sNQ Photo Credit: Seated Nude, Study for Une Baignade, 1883 Sula is a scientific artist. She has thoroughly researched and reformed the popular database theory and studied hard, just to preserve the original brightness and chroma of the colors. Starting from the medium, the pursuit of perfect expression of light and color, if sunlight can be analyzed into seven colors, painting should be able to do the same. The short brushstrokes commonly used by the Impressionists were replaced by shorter dots. He uses tiny dots to evenly fill the picture, laboriously, and the pure colors such as red, yellow, blue, etc. are intertwined little by little. Instead of using a palette, he directly uses vision to mix the color dots. To the greatest extent, the original brightness and chroma of the color, such as many yellow dots and blue dots interlaced, become green from a distance. This is more vivid than the green tones, and the color mixing effect is performed by the viewer's eyes, so as to obtain a dynamic soul like watching natural light. 1_ufRJm_fCYNrccaoeom7WRQ Photo Credit: Georges Seurat, The Seine and the Grande Jatte, 1888 This is "Neo-Impressionism", Sula who thoroughly practiced optical theory. Huge and complicated masterpiece, each painting is extremely rigorous, the masterpiece is like "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" (A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte), it took two years before and after, a lot of sketches and sketches pondering, mastering any detail of color.
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