Night Scene , for example, has vigorous activity, with the use of lively brushstrokes in bright colors against a dark background, not defining solid objects but the areas that surround them. Robert Delaunay, , Jean Metzinger , oil on paper, From to , he painted nonfigurative paintings based on the optical characteristics of brilliant colors that were so dynamic they would function as the form. Jean Metzinger , oil on canvas, Piet Mondrian developed a similar mosaic-like Divisionist technique circa Robert Delaunay, —12, Window on the City No. Views Read Edit View history. The two of them were singled out by the art critic Louis Vauxcelles in as Divisionists who used large, mosaic-like 'cubes' to construct small but highly symbolic compositions.
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