Giulio Campagnola, ‘Venus Reclining in a Landscape’, c. 1508-1509, Engraving, Cleveland Museum of Art
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Giulio Campagnola

Venus Reclining in a Landscape, c. 1508-1509

Engraving
4 7/10 × 7 1/5 in
11.9 × 18.3 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Cleveland
Cleveland Museum of Art
Cleveland

Campagnola introduced stipple, a technique by which shading is created with dots produced by the …

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Giulio Campagnola, ‘Venus Reclining in a Landscape’, c. 1508-1509, Engraving, Cleveland Museum of Art
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Campagnola introduced stipple, a technique by which shading is created with dots produced by the point of the graver, an innovation that allowed for a much greater range of tone from white to black and a more controllable graduated transition between the lighter and darker areas of the image. Stipple helped Campagnola …

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Giulio Campagnola
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Giulio Campagnola

Venus Reclining in a Landscape, c. 1508-1509

Engraving
4 7/10 × 7 1/5 in
11.9 × 18.3 cm
Permanent collection
Location
Cleveland
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