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Impressionism and Pointelism

Impressionism and Pointelism

Author: Roger Gordon
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Students will learn how the Impressionists and Pointillist artist used "optical blending" to mix their colors, instead of mixing them on a palette. Students will learn how the Impressionists and Pointillist artist used "optical blending" to mix their colors, instead of mixing them on a palette.

 

Beginning by transferring a photographic image via a scale and proportion grid, student s will then color their picture using a technique used by the Impressionist and Pointillism painters. Students will learn how to use medium of oil-pastels.

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Impressionism & Pointillism with Oil Pastels

Impressionism & Pointillism with Oil Pastels

Video demonstrates optical blending in the style of Impressionism and Pointellism, with the use of oil pastels.

Students will learn how the Impressionists and Pointillist artist used "optical blending" to mix their colors, instead of mixing them on a palette. Students will learn how the Impressionists and Pointillist artist used "optical blending" to mix their colors, instead of mixing them on a palette.

Beginning by transferring a photographic image via a scale and proportion grid, student s will then color their picture using a technique used by the Impressionist and Pointillism painters. Students will use the medium of Oil Pastels.

Source: Classroom instruction, music by Charo - Malagueña