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The Lamentation –Giotto Di Bondone, Padua, Italy 1305 Formal design: figures are grouped within constructed space Each group contributes to the rhythmic order Depicts depth and bodily mass through light and shade Shades figures to indicate the direction of light that illuminates them Merode Altarpiece- Robert Campin, 1425-1428, Oil on wood Use of lines Linear perspective
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Unformatted text preview: Still have the shades and light Birth of Venus Sandro Botticelli, 1482, On Canvas, Florence Light and tone Development of tone and shadow There are features that trace the development of the renaissance art.; the first being, the development of linear perspective, then the understanding of light by showing the use of tone and shadow....
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