The art of outdoor lighting

Written by: Stephanie Aurora Lewis

Nobody has better understood the law of light, the magic and, say, the folly of the sun in leaves and undergrowth.”  Describing the Forest of Fountainbleu, 1868, by artist Narcisse-Virgilio Díaz, French writer Jules Claretie, is referring to an artistic effect that shows how beautifully light comes through darkness turning what may have been a drab sight into one that is stunning in classic sous-bois (meaning forest floor or undergrowth) paintings.




We'd love to hear what you think! Leave your comments and questions in the comments section and we'll be happy to respond.

Make your comment heard, or ask us a question here!

Please select the city nearest to you:

Housetrends Magazine
×

Please enter your email address to continue!

×