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iconographically

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  • adverb In an iconographic way.

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Examples

  • The earliest, made in 1504, is a subtle ink study for the engraving of "Adam and Eve," acknowledged as the most important of the preparatory works for the print; the latest, made in 1521, is the iconographically and visually complicated "Design for Decoration in the Town Hall of Nuremberg," an ambitious project that was never executed.

    Looking North For Beauty

  • Note 70: Although not a common depiction, the Sword of Sorrows or Simeon's Sword is iconographically based on Luke 2: 34 – 35, "Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, 'This child is destined to be a sign which men reject; and you too shall be pierced to the heart.'"

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • Here's a forceful array of images industrial settings in which huge machines seem to threaten the workers operating them as well as smaller vignettes and other scenes in varying scales that unite to create an elaborate, iconographically layered environment that envelops the viewer.

    When the Motor City Was a Symbol of Strength

  • The artist herself has spoken of her interest in the concepts of layering, revelation and concealment — both iconographically, in terms of her symbolic vocabulary, and technically, in terms of her handling of paint.

    Artists: Contemporary Anglo.

  • Less iconographically complex, though more symbolically resonant are her more recent large paintings of a female fire-eater in harlequin costume.

    Artists: Contemporary Anglo.

  • Even if our descendants still understood English and the universal radioactive danger sign remains iconographically legible 10,000 years from now.

    Atomic Tourism

  • Even if our descendants still understood English and the universal radioactive danger sign remains iconographically legible 10,000 years from now.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • My only criticism is that the "child" icon looks, iconographically, like it should be negating something.

    Icons: One Laptop Per Child

  • My only criticism is that the "child" icon looks, iconographically, like it should be negating something.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • These remarks need to be qualified only by his inquiry into personification: for here it is the expectation of the mind that must not be disappointed, and that which is iconographically established (the figure of Time, for example) should not be violated.

    An Essay on the Lyric Poetry of the Ancients

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