Grisaille

Grisaille (aɪ or l; gris ɡʁizaj `grey`) is a term for painting executed entirely in monochrome or near-monochrome, usually in shades of grey. It is particularly used in large decorative schemes in imitation of sculpture. Many grisailles in fact include a slightly wider colour range, like the Andrea del Sarto fresco illustrated. Paintings exec.....
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grisaille

[n] - chiaroscuro painting or stained glass etc., in shades of gray imitating the effect of relief
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Grisaille

• (n.) Decorative painting in gray monochrome; -- used in English especially for painted glass. • (n.) A kind of French fancy dress goods.
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grisaille

noun chiaroscuro painting or stained glass etc., in shades of grey imitating the effect of relief
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Grisaille

Gri'saille` noun [ French, from gris gray.] 1. (Fine Arts) Decorative painting in gray monochrome; -- used in English especially for painted glass. 2. A kind of French fancy dress goods. Knight.
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Grisaille

A method of painting that uses shades of gray in an underpainting to establish the value structure in a composition.
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grisaille

A painting in monochrome, i.e. without any prominent colors. Grey and brown are the most used colors for these paintings. Grisailles were often made on the reverse side of the outer panels of triptychs in churches. Such triptychs, often altarpieces, were usually closed during most of the week. The grisailles would make the triptych look like a scul...
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Grisaille

A stained glass window incorporating muted tones as opposed to bright colors.
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Grisaille

A type of monochrome painting execured in greys. The results often resemble sculpture. Excellent exa
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Grisaille

Kathleen Scott tells us that, in the elaborate medieval artwork found in illuminated manuscripts, gr
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grisaille

Monochrome painting in shades of grey, either used as a ground for an oil painting, or as a work of art in its own right simulating the effect of bas relief. The latter technique was...
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grisaille

painting technique by which an image is executed entirely in shades of gray and usually severely modeled to create the illusion of sculpture, ... [3 related articles]
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grisaille

style of painting in grey tints
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Grisaille

The painting of the subject in gray colors, used as an under painting.
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Grisaille

The technique of painting a highly-modeled, black and white monochromatic base painting and then glazing it with transparent colors
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Grisaille

This is a 'coloured' glass, also popular in the 1220s-1280s Medieval period. However, this was not like stained glass. It was produced by making clear glass, incising cross-hatching parallel lines in this and filling them. The grooves were filled by an iron-lead paste, or crushed glass fragments, and gummed in to stay in place. Some Medieval grisai...
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