listen to the pronunciation of chiaroscuro
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ışık ve gölge sanatı (resim)
{i} ışık gölge oyunu (resim)
ışık ve gölge sanatı

Işık ve gölge sanatı denilen tekniği gerçekten seviyorum. - I really like the technique called chiaroscuro.

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chiaroscurist resimde sadece ışık ve gölge kullanan ressam
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İngilizce - İngilizce
An artistic technique developed during the Renaissance, referring to the use of exaggerated light contrasts in order to create the illusion of volume
A monochrome picture made by using several different shades of the same color
A photographic technique in which one side of a face (for example) is well lit and the other is in shadow; Rembrandt lighting
Italian word meaning light-dark The technique of modelling form by gradations of light and dark
{s} of the method of depicting light and shade in a picture
In drawing or painting, the treatment and use of light and dark, especially the gradations of light that produce the effect of modeling
The arrangement of light and dark parts in a work of art, such as a drawing or painting, whether in monochrome or in color
In painting, the use of strong contrasts between light and dark
{i} artistic use of light and shade to create dramatic effect (in a picture or painting)
Using contrast of light and dark to create the illusion of three-dimensional form on a two-dimensional surface
Chiaroscuro is the technique of placing very light and very dark portions of a work in opposition The artist uses limited gray tones in this technique One of the finest examples of this technique is the work of Rembrandt
the painting or drawing of forms where depth and space are illustrated contrasting light and shade
The use of light and dark values to imply depth and volume in a two-dimensional work of art
The dramatic use of light and shadow to create a mood or a focal point in a painting
Chiaroscuro is the use of light and shade in a picture, or the effect produced by light and shade in a place. the natural chiaroscuro of the place. (Italian; "light-dark") Contrasting effects of light and shade in a work of art. Leonardo da Vinci brought the technique to its full potential, but it is usually associated with such 17th-century artists as Caravaggio and Rembrandt, who used it to outstanding effect. The chiaroscuro woodcut, produced by printing different tones of a colour from separate woodblocks on a single sheet of paper, was first produced in 16th-century Italy
In painting, the modelling of form (the creation of a sense of three-dimensionality in objects) through the use of light and shade The introduction of oil paints in the 15th century, replacing tempera, encouraged the development of chiaroscuro, for oil paint allowed a far greater range and control of tone The term chiaroscuro is used in particular for the dramatic contrasts of light and dark introduced by Caravaggio When the contrast of light and dark is strong, chiaroscuro becomes an important element of composition
> Italian for light-dark This is a dramatic effect achieved by the strong contrast of light and shade
The technique of painting used to give the impression of sculptural relief to images by the gradual transition from darker tones to lighter ones, producing an effect of diffuse and luminosity
The term refers to the handling of light and shade in a picture
The rendering of light and shade in painting; the subtle gradations and variations of light and shade for dramatic effect
The art or practice of so arranging the light and dark parts as to produce a harmonious effect
In two-dimensional composition, the description of a form by modeling with value changes, i e , form readable through light and dark contrasts In drawing, the rendering of forms through a balanced contrast between pronounced light and dark areas
in Italian, "chiaro" means "light" and "scuro" means "dark " The two words are joined to describe a painting or print with strong contrasts of light and dark