(1) From an art-history perspective, the lesson teaches about sculpture and portraiture and the differences between two- and three-dimensional art and real and expressive art.(2) Working with different themes - aspects of genre, landscape, nudes and portraiture - each sets new parameters for the field.(3) This exhibit focuses on the art genre of portraiture .(4) his strength as a novelist lay in his portraiture of upper-class families(5) The images, painted with only primary colors and white, range from expressionist portraiture to montages of time and space that combine multiple moments within the same page.(6) The panel received little in the way of direct attention at this time; indeed, Romantic-era understandings of art history and portraiture were not conducive to an appreciation of the panel.(7) The week before's outdoor session was rained off, but nothing daunted the members adjourned to the clubroom where an impromptu portraiture session was set up, with members being put through their paces by Michael O'Sullivan.(8) A better definition would hold that caricature is an artistic mode, usually in the form of a portraiture , in which the characteristic features of the subject are presented in a way that deforms or exaggerates their shape for comic effect.(9) It is no wonder then that portraiture and self-portraiture have long been favourite genres for both artists and audiences alike.(10) While there are a few, very minor factual errors, the general span and scope of the book, not to mention the detailed portraiture of the ballerina in her world, are admirable.(11) The need for such a contextual foundation of the study becomes evident in the chapter on Italian responses to Flemish landscape paintings and portraiture .(12) He had created a portrait that was in effect a whole treatise about portraiture as an art.(13) It's a residue of ideological values and history, which renders these 10 object essays on social dynamics, context, still life and portraiture .(14) But it's a definition of portraiture that once again collapses representation with reality - portraiture under the New Iconoclasm, if you will.(15) In America, this director's heartfelt portrait of a family in crisis, waits patiently for much of its running time before explicitly acknowledging its portraiture of spirituality in crisis.(16) That is why for portraiture and outdoor photography in general, a yellow filter is often utilized to give a slightly darker rendering to blue values.
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