When one thinks of Georges Seurat, one artistic technique should come to mind: pointillism. Through Seurat's study of color and light, he came to use tiny dots to create gorgeous, unique colors. Readers see full-color photographs of some of his most famous pieces, such as A Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte. Close-up images of small parts of the works call readers' attention to interesting details, like the child in this painting who's looking straight out of the canvas. Through clear instructions, readers can learn how to do a pointillist painting, too--if they have the patience!