- n. Plural form of cityscape.
“The book divides into four basic subjects: Moore's formal play, his interest in cityscapes and time, issues of English identity and a special chapter devoted to Lost Girls.”
“Open Objects: Exposing the layers of history in cityscapes skip to main | skip to sidebar”
“There is something non-Western, indeed something distinctly East Asian about these cityscapes which is hard to put your finger on.”
“The cooler palette of these sparser works captures lonely cityscapes and projections of the sea.”
“As the war began, Feininger embarked on a series of cityscapes focusing on a fairyland of aberrations; worn-down figures in transit, some with facial distortions and others caked in makeup.”
“I quickly learned that you couldn't, for example, say that all landscapes should be printed on matte & all cityscapes on glossy.”
“It didn't hurt either that all the art showed her leaping out over futuristic cityscapes with gun drawn.”
“If they aren't willing to put in the budget for AMAZING cityscapes and 2012 level destruction, IT WON'T WORK! the word this movie will be ass no matter who directs it. topheavy”
“Months ago Christchurch with its settled and established look contrasted cozily with much of the rest of New Zealand's cityscapes which convey an image of contrived modernity bordering on transience.”
“This range is surprising in an era when Dutch artists tended to be pragmatic specialists, known as portrait or history painters including religious and mythological subjects or as authors of scenes of everyday life, marine views or cityscapes.”
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