Jacob902
  • Jacob902
The technique of sfumato is used in which of these Renaissance paintings to create a more realistic depiction? A. The Mona Lisa B. The Birth of Venus C. The Creation of Adam D. The Garden of Earthly Delights E. I'm not sure.
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kenzie.christiansen
  • kenzie.christiansen
this might help if not let me no and ill help u figure it out http://www.ehow.com/facts_4897120_techniques-used-renaissance-art.html
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
so what do you think it is
Jacob902
  • Jacob902
can you explain why to

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kenzie.christiansen
  • kenzie.christiansen
A ....... "Mona Lisa's" smile isn't the only mysterious thing about her. The painting is a classic example of the sfumato technique -- oil painting in which colors are softly blended and toned down to erase transitions and subtly draw the eye from dark to light. Sfumato uses several translucent glazes to achieve this effect -- a sort of smoky, hazy treatment without visible edges or lines. The technique creates a veil of see-through shadow that dims the brightest colors and softens the darkest tones. Correggio, Leonardo and Raphael subtly smoothed their paintings with sfumato technique.
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