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  • Chiaroscuro
  • Chiaroscuro is a method for applying value to a two-dimensional piece of artwork to create the illusion of a three-dimensional solid form.
  • The term is derived from the Italian chiaro ("light” or “bright”) and oscuro ("dark") and generally refers to a technique that contrasts bright illumination with areas of dense shadow. CHIAROSCURO
  • This way of working was devised during the Italian Renaissance in the 16th century and was used by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and later, Vermeer . Chiaroscuro is seldom found in pre-Renaissance or in non-Western art. 
  • Leonardo da Vinci
  • Portrait of a Lady from the Court of Milan, called La Belle Ferronniere," Leonardo da Vinci 1490-95
  • Lady with an Ermine Da Vinci 1483-1490
  • Mona Lisa also known as La Gioconda , the wife of Francesco del Giocondo; 1503-06 Oil on wood, Louvre, Paris
  • Ginevra de' Benci Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
  • "Benois Madonna," Leonardo da Vinci, c. 1478   About his technique, he said: I would remind you O Painter! To dress your figures in the lightest colors you can, since, if you put them in dark colors, they will be in too slight relief and inconspicuous from a distance. And this is because the shadows of all objects are dark. And if you make a dress dark there is little variety between the lights and shadows, while in light colors there will be greater variety.
  • Vermeer
  • The Girl with a Pearl Earring 47x40 1665
  • The Milkmaid 1658-60
  • Woman in Blue reading a Letter 1662-64
  • Woman with a Water Jug New York, Metropolitan Museum 46x42 1664-65
  • The Love Letter 44x38 1669-70
  • Sargent
  • Mrs. Joshua Montgomery Sears 1899 Oil on canvas
  • NAME: PERIOD: HOMEROOM Component Grading for Chiaroscuro Figure possible 1. Cropped to touch 3 sides 25 interesting negative space 2. Shows Movement 15 3. Use of Greek figure proportions 20 looks real - not like a cartoon 4. Use of Media & Material to show 20 Highlight & Shadow (Chiaroscuro) shows at least 5 values(D,MD,M,ML,L) 5. Presentation (overall look) 20 TOTAL POINTS 100