Thesaurus / chiaroscuro

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Then, after executing some works in S. Margherita, he painted many faades of palaces in chiaroscuro, with good design.

A meteor in the realms of chiaroscuro which obscures whatever the most daring servants of that power elsewhere produced.

A mere name, in any case, is quite as likely to obscure as to illumine the reality; the chiaroscuro effect must ever belong to it.

The Will to DoubtAlfred H. Lloyd

She explained that Rembrandt was a great master of chiaroscuro, making a valiant attempt to pronounce the uncomfortable word.

RembrandtMortimer Menpes

There will be more sun-light but less Rembrantian chiaroscuro in the pigments of the great Picture.

Suspended JudgmentsJohn Cowper Powys

The use of cylinder presses for chiaroscuro printing was already well known to experts.

It is a diseased eye that in the desire for violent color loses all memory of chiaroscuro.

He was by no means an unskilful colourist, and was especially master of the effects of chiaroscuro.

He excelled in fresco, like most of this school, and is almost unrivalled in his chiaroscuro ornaments.

In chiaroscuro, and in delicacy of execution he is not inferior to his master.

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WORDS RELATED TO CHIAROSCURO

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.