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Tim Burton meets Raphael in the Darkness (and the Light)

Tim Burton meets Raphael in the Darkness (and the Light)

An exploration of Raphael’s late fascination with Chiaroscuro, whose multi-modal thinking can be discovered in the films of Tim Burton. A post inspired by and dedicated to the memory of Hasan Niyazi.

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Raphael’s Unione

Raphael’s Unione

My exploration of colour in the Rennaissance now leads me to Raphael (1483 –1520), who, according to Marcia B. Hall, was central to the development of two of the four modes of colour in Rome of the High Renaissance: Chiaroscuro and Unione.1 The other two modes which I’ve explored in earlier posts, were developed by [...]

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