Category:Modern artists

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Artists who had a role in the history of modern art, dating from the late 19th century until approximately the 1970s. Chromoluminarists, present day - Victoria Baden-Powell, initially pointilliste, who rejected small uniform "dots" of colour in favour of larger, irregular "tesserae" of colour, occasionally outlined for heightened effect, considers the juxtaposition of colour to be vitally important in magnifying the impact of blended colours, and embraces the use of very dark, pure colours, no black (which looks like Black Holes in the compositions- (and Black Holes swallow and hide the energy that is the very Force of Life- so No Black Holes)........as the very dark colours, blue, green, red, give real depth to the picture plane, imbuing it with MOVEMENT....... Movement indicates Life........ inanimate objects don't move........ they are MOVED.

SO-you have high impact colour juxtapositions, dark colours suggesting real depth, whites and yellows and oranges, personifying LIGHT, sunlight, moonlight, electric light, signifying presence of Humanity...... all as carefully combined as a chemist with chemicals.......slight changes can cause major effects..... And MOVEMENT........... the larger pixels pack more of a punch than delicate, uniform traditional pointilliste dots....... these dissolve the composition and recreate it at one stage removed from Reality, on the canvas........ The style of Chromoluminarism employed by Victoria Baden-Powell, is used to recreate the impression of Life on the Picture Plane........ activity, vibrancy, movement, shadow, glare, atoms dissolved by real light...... the antithesis of Death, Dullness, Stillness, Lifeless........... This is Life Painting with a whole new slant........!

See also the list of modern artists.

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