value

This artwork by Soto González, Cacheila shows me unbalanced value, I say this because I see more low contrast opposed to high contrast. And opposed to unbalanced value, balanced value means to have equal amount of value in a piece of art.
This piece of art reveals atmospheric value because the dark shapes advance, and the blurry shapes recede from the viewer.It shows how far out the mountain goes, and that there is space in the art work.
This artwork by Claude Monet expresses low contrast because it represents a much smaller amount of values from the value scale,It has that faded look and feel to it. According to the definition of low contrast it matches perfectly.
This piece of art by Carl Spitzweg shows me high contrast. I say this because it has a broad range of value, and it shows the extreme difference of values. That matches the definition of having high contrast.
This artwork by Guillemot, Alexander Charles depicts volumetric value, since the organic shapes in this piece seem three-dimensional. That's exactly how volumetric value is defined.
This piece of art reveals chiaroscuro value. It reveals chiaroscuro value because there is a primary light source right in the center, which adds the dark contrast around the center. Making this piece have a chiaroscuro value.
this piece by Domenico Beccafumi conveys volumetric value, I say this because it makes the organic shapes in the artwork look three-dimensional by using different shades in the value scale.
This piece of art by El Greco shows me that it has high contrast. It shows high contrast since it consists of a broad range of values from the value scale, and shows the extreme difference of value.
This artwork depicts low contrast. It depicts low contrast because it represents a smaller amount of values from the value scale, and it has that dull/faded feeling compared to the one of high contrast.
This artwork by Gerrit Dou expresses chiaroscuro. It expresses this because there is a primary light source, the candle, which creates the dark background that increases contrast to the piece of art. That all fits into the chiaroscuro description, so that's why it goes under chiaroscuro.
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