Caravaggio's chiaroscuro technique inspired many painters of his generation. what was this technique?
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the contrast of light (chair) and dark (oscuro) in paintings
Chiaroscuro means using strong contrasts between light and dark for dramatic effect.
Caravaggio's chiaroscuro technique refers to the usage of strong contrasts such as light (chiar) and dark (oscuro) in the oil paintings made by the painters of the Baroque, and many later art movements. This is used to create various dramatic effects in paintings so as to either hide something, or enhance its presence even more. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need additional help!
Chiaroscuro is a dramatic use of light and shadow.
The tenebrism technique was what he had used and made popular
Dramatic use of light and shadow.
the answer to this question is B
"light and dark for dramatic effect"
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dramatic use of light and shadow