Fri, Dec 11|
LIGHT in Paintings
Along with shadows, light is an essential element which can dramatically change the way we respond to a painting. Lydia looks at Carravaggio's chiaroscuro, and other more subtle ways used by artists for either didactic or purely descriptive purposes, from the Middle Ages to the Impressionists.
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Dec 11, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT
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