Apollodorus (painter)  

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Apollodorus Skiagraphos (Template:Lang-el) was an influential Ancient Greek painter of the 5th century BC whose work has since been entirely lost. Apollodorus left a technique behind known as skiagraphia, a way to easily produce shadow, that affected the works not only of his contemporaries but also of later generations.




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