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  • While the panel's overall linear carving suggests the crisp style of Albrecht Dürer's woodcuts a few decades later, the simplified planes of the saint's head, torso and drapery seem to anticipate the streamlined neo-classicism of Art Deco half a millennium in the future.

    Giving Physical Form to Faith

  • Prior to that, gothic architecture and neo-classicism – or copying styles of ancient Greece and Rome – were the most popular styles.

    Five People Born on March 27 | myFiveBest

  • The exhibition ends with overscaled, elegantly modeled drawings of buxom women that propose yet another direction, a wholehearted neo-classicism that fuses Picasso's academic heritage with his rebellious modernism.

    Portrait of a Restless Artist as a Young Man

  • How do you resolve the truism of the "particularly American" preference for simplicity in solutions with the truism that the Neue Sachlichkeit, Socialist Realism, and French neo-classicism were all roughly contemporary to, if not precedents for, the American style?

    Just Another Rhumb Line

  • But Mr. Ratmansky's brilliant neo-classicism mingled beautifully with the music of French composer Edouard Lalo.

    Looking Back, Falling Ahead

  • Stirling ' s " modern neo-classicism " followed in the ' 70s, further confounding observers, and some of the more substantial and idiosyncratic Biedermeier furniture was incorporated into his home and studio, where it suited his large frame and eclectic tastes perfectly.

    Postmodernism

  • I even managed to pick up an old copy of a book on neo-classicism to remember the place by.

    Readers' tips: literary locations

  • Mr. Llorca ' s music often sounds like the neo-classicism of Manuel de Falla filtered through a minimalist lens.

    The Music of Modern Mania

  • Bigger in scale than most, it's closer in feel to Strauss's own mid-period operas – Rosenkavalier, say, or Intermezzo – than to Mozartian neo-classicism.

    Strauss: Oboe Concerto; Serenade in E Flat; Suite in B Flat – review

  • Subject matter, mainly: Baudelaire was weary of sterile neo-classicism, an 18th-century holdover.

    Archive 2008-08-01

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