art 111/21 neely

In Lucca Madonna by Jan van Eyck it is more complex colors in their skin tones, but maintained the stark contrast between darken surroundings and illuminated figures. Upon first seeing the figure one must begin with the basic composition. The Madonna, figures promptly in the center, and the red robes flow from and away from her towards the bottom, giving her a triangular shape that rests on a large and stable base.

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