The former, a grisaille
in the Lugt Collection in Paris, was frequently copied by both of Bruegel's sons, Jan and Pieter II.
Richly illustrated with color photographs and drawings, this manual offers step-by-step instructions for creating trompe l'oeil works using the technique of grisaille
Lining the hall walls are six stone niches originally designed for the setting of the Arundel marbles, while grisaille
wall murals by decorative artist Sir James Thornhill depict the triumph of King Cyrus.
light, colour, shape, line, plane, space, grisaille
, chiaroscuro, etching are not approximated in language but brought to mind.
Sometimes they painted monochromatically, a tradition called grisaille
, and Climent, too, often employs shades of gray to render not only snapshots, but more recently also exterior vistas that seem bleak, dead, lost in time.
00) finished behind En Grisaille
at Catterick but never really recovered from a tardy start.
The flight into Egypt is humourously alluded to by fleeing figures in grisaille
at the base of Herod's throne (one figure pulls on an ass who refuses to budge).
The white surface of the work imitated both the Royal Academician William Mulready's wet white technique and Jan van Eyck's grisaille
figures on the Ghent altarpiece that Rossetti had seen that year.
Here, two less well-known manuscripts are selected for extended treatment, the lavishly illuminated twelfth-century Terence from St Albans, and Thomas Chaundler's curious academic drama the Liber apologeticus, whose delicate grisaille
miniatures are otherwise only reproduced in a relatively inaccessible Roxburghe Club publication.
Appealing, too, is the enamel medallion painted in grisaille
around 1540 by Leonard Limosin (Fig.
Dans certains quartiers d'Alger, des jeunes semblent vouloir rompre avec la grisaille
et donner plus de couleurs a l'espace ou ils vivent.
Singer's paintings testify to her great fascination with the visual rhetoric of the historical avant-gardes by reactivating the formal aesthetics of Constructivism, Futurism, and Vorticism and the somber palette of grisaille