Luminosity

Luminosity can be defined as the full presence of light on an object that makes it bright and shining. In a painting, luminosity refers to the illusion of light exuding from within the composition, an internal glow emanating from either the core of the piece or distinct spaces and reflecting through different elements on the picture plane. The light will naturally vary in gradation and intensity as it travels throughout the picture plane and intercourses with different hues.






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