Gustav Gildemeister

Gildemeister changed his painting style around 1906 to a loosely stippled, pointillist style of painting and a light, radiant and clear color palette. Not the pure reproduction of nature, but the pictorial realization of moods and atmosphere was increasingly at the center of his artistic interest, combined with a new emphasis on color, which he now used unmixed in impasto application, in clear reference to French Pointillism.