Jewel made entirely by hand by the Italian craftsman Gianmarco Fontana. Ring made of 925 Silver, which is part of the "Dot" collection depicting Dot 7.
This ring wants to pay homage to one of the most extraordinary pictorial currents:
Pointillism is a pictorial movement or artistic current that developed in France around 1885, in fact it is also known by the French term Pointillisme. The current is the daughter of Divisionism from which it took its cue. Pointillism is in fact characterized by the decomposition of colors into small points that are made up of pure colors. It was found that the local color was influenced by the neighboring color, therefore the colors did not have to be mixed but combined, especially the complementary colors, to emphasize the division of the color. The technique puts into practice the discoveries on visual perception and the theories of color. The method used requires very high precision. The pictorial result tends to make the static compositions artificial, cold, with a lack of iridescence and movement. Pointillism, however, also arises from Impressionism, from which it inherits the continuity of the study of light, typical of the Impressionists, and using the information derived from new scientific discoveries relating to the theme of color.
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