Contrapposto

Contrapposto ("karşı denge"), görsel sanatlarda antitez ilkesine veya karşıtların yan yana gelmesine atıfta bulunan İtalyanca terim.[1] Rönesans sanatında kontrapposto formları (yakında bulunan bir nesnenin uzak bir nesnenin yanına, büyükten küçüğe, aydınlığı koyuya yakın yerleştirme vb.) temel bir kompozisyon tekniğini oluşturmuştur.[1]

Michelangelo, Davut 1501–04.

Dünyanın en ikonik heykellerinden biri olan Michelangelo'nun Davut heykeli ünlü bir contrapposto örneğidir.[1]

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