American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A pictorial or literary portrait of oneself, created by oneself.
- n. a portrait of yourself created by yourself
- self- + portrait (Wiktionary)
“Hearing them, Paige came down from her room upstairs and joined them in the hall by the large Francis Bacon self-portrait.”
“But the embattled Jackie comes closest to a self-portrait, he adds.”
“And the "bathroom self-portrait photo takers"... we all know it's been downhill for them in the time since posing as fraternal twins in the mirror.”
“Ask "bathroom self-portrait photo takers," resigning GOP Congressman Christopher Lee and Bishop Eddie Long.”
“As it happens, Hoyle has a self-portrait in The Black Cloud: the maverick, "unstable" Chris Kingsley.”
“I'm psychologically in costume when I work, and what I produce is a self-portrait from inside someone else's skin.”
“For the first chapter of Mann, his four part self-portrait series, Veno returned to his childhood home in Norway to photograph himself playing the games of his infancy: set within dark, haunting landscapes, Veno, often naked, looks pale and powerless.”
“In fact, heading into the first gallery, you encounter the penetrating gaze of Siqueiros's left eye in his 1956 self-portrait "Me by Me.”
“I asked the same question of my daughter when she asked me which crayon color to use for a self-portrait.”
“Such subjects as the mask and the grotesque, social critique, the self-portrait, the identification with Christ, the masses, satire and death have after all lost none of their relevance in the contemporary visual art.”
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