from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A work of art representing a view of clouds: an Impressionist painting that is a vast cloudscape of buoyant, floating forms.
- n. A photograph showing a view of clouds, such as those surrounding a planet.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a work of art or other image depicting sky and clouds
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A scene composed of clouds; a painting of such a scene.
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The two pathetic artificial tulips in "Nyack, 2007," each in its own vase on the windowsill, are seen against a backdrop of vertical blinds, but reflected in the top of the picture is a glorious cloudscape.
The fabric used to make the cloudscape would be translucent recycled PVC, recovered from recycled truck bed covers and bags.
Their cloudscape consists of 99.9% air formed by modular balls that congregate to make areas for sitting, playing, mingling and even swimming!
Mr. Davidson's four pictures are from his "The Nature of Paris" series, and include "Jardin Saint Gilles Grand Veneur, 2006," with its formal rose gardens and a glorious cloudscape of the type usually seen only in Baroque paintings.
Ziegler's 2006 painting, Study for Euphemism for Something, captures many of these apparent paradoxes: it features a cloudscape converted into CGI on an inkjet printout, then worked over by hand with correction fluid.
It really is a book where kids can look for a kitten in a cloudscape.
A line of bubbles streamed out, sixty-four fithp falling above the fluffy cloudscape.
Only seventy thousand miles above the turbulent Jovian cloudscape, and completing each orbit in less than twelve hours, Jupiter V is the nearest thing to a natural synchronous satellite in the whole Solar System.
Slightly closer to Earth, Victor Kaminski was in orbit a thousand miles about the dazzling white cloudscape of Venus.
Notice the very 'moody' cloudscape and small details like the shellfish are covered with seaweed to keep it fresh.
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