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Il primo studioso a intuire che la luce è costituita da raggi colorati dotati di angoli di rifrazione differente è stato: Newton
Il testo di Goethe che codifica le sue teorie sul colore si chiama: la Teoria del Colore
La definizione "se si accostano due colori complementari le qualità di luminosità di ognuno vengono esaltate" è di: Chevreuil
Il fisico inglese Ogden Rood distingue tra: Colore Luce - Colore Materia
Il termine "Puntinismo" viene coniato da: Fénéon
Signac conosce gli Impressionisti e Seurat nel: 1886
Dopo la morte di Seurat Signac si stabilisce: a Saint Tropez
Il Divisionismo italiano deriva tecnicamente da: post-impressionismo
La religiosità affrontata dai Divisionisti italiani è: quella dei contadini
Il dipinto più celebre di Pellizza da Volpedo è: il Quarto Stato
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