Divisionalism

Divisionism (Chromoluminarism) was defined by the separation of colours into individual dots or patches which interacted optically. By requiring the viewer to combine the colors optically instead of physically mixing pigments, Divisionists believed they were achieving the maximum luminosity scientifically possible. See also Neo-Impressionism and Pointilism.
Morbelli, Artgate, (1853-1919), Battello sul Lago Maggiore, 1915, Oil

Morbelli, Artgate, (1853-1919), Battello sul Lago Maggiore, 1915, Oil

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Ragazza alla Finestra, 1893, Oil

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Ragazza alla Finestra, 1893, Oil

Morbelli, Angelo, (1853-1919), Christmas in the Hospice, 1903

Morbelli, Angelo, (1853-1919), Christmas in the Hospice, 1903

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), La Visita, 1908, Oil

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), La Visita, 1908, Oil

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), In Ritardo, 1910, Oil

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), In Ritardo, 1910, Oil

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), The White Dress

Innocenti, Camillo, (1871-1961), The White Dress

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Sea of Genoa, 1891

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Sea of Genoa, 1891

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Cliff Top

Nomellini, Plinio, (1866-1943), Cliff Top

Volpedo, Pellizza da, (1868-1907), The Dead Child, 1902

Volpedo, Pellizza da, (1868-1907), The Dead Child, 1902

Volpedo, Pellizza da, (1868-1907), Washing in the Sun, 1905, Oil

Volpedo, Pellizza da, (1868-1907), Washing in the Sun, 1905, Oil

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