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  • noun Plural form of pointillist.


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  • “Tannin management” seems to be such a benign term, at least on the surface, but creating precisely the right textural profile in a wine is now the Holy Grail, at least among the pointillists among us.

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  • New York The paintings of the pointillists may amaze us with their ability to render the visible world in pinpoint dots of color.

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  • There are some landscapes that are reminiscent of Corot or of Anton Mauve; the _Woman with the broken neck_ is related to Manet; the portrait of _Sisley_ invents pointillism fifteen years before the pointillists; _La Pensée_, this masterpiece, evokes

    The French Impressionists (1860-1900)


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