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  • n. Plural form of iconography.


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  • The only flags seen on Sunday were the former and various Zoroastrian iconographies.

    Kia Makarechi: Iranians on Madison Avenue: Culture as Hope in the Absence of Politics

  • But in terms of mapping homosocialities, Yuskavage's fusing of the hetero-male and lesbian homosocial erotic iconographies gives her paintings the allure of women's empowerment derived from their seizure, repackaging, and recontextualization of the male pin-up and art history Fragonard, Boucher, Tolouse-Lautrec.

    G. Roger Denson: Women's Art of Renewal: Carrie Mae Weems, Vanessa Beecroft, Sharon Lockhart, Catherine Opie and Lisa Yuskavage

  • The dazzling display of mystical symbolism was a bit too much for the earthbound press to appreciate, who, at one point panned Wood's elaborate reckonings of his numerical iconographies, wondering amid all these tribes, apostles and angels, what was actually going to hold the building up.

    W. Halsey Wood's Jerusalem the Golden

  • Or maybe none of the above because you consider these iconographies as ancient and irrelevant vocabularies.


  • But, conversely, this jumble drives home a point seldom stressed: Theological differences may have mattered greatly to devotees, but a bronze caster or stone carver was just as happy making a Buddha as a Vishnu; the iconographies differed, but the styles stayed the same.

    A Crayon Heir

  • The two runnersup in the museum's small design competition designed buildings vaguely inspired by 19th-century New England barns, but this reflects a confusion of iconographies; Rockwell's subject was people, and he rarely painted an animal larger than a fox terrier.

    America, America

  • The inspection alone of those curious iconographies of temples and palaces, as that of the Lateran church in Albertus Durer, that of the temple of Jerusalem in [3265] Josephus, Adricomius, and

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It even has its own sprawling battle scenes whose iconographies are taken from Charles Darwin.

    The Very Rich Hour of a Compost Pile

  • That first Wicked West is all about bringing two completely different iconographies into perfect synch, making them occupy the same imaginative space, and establishing the basis for their interaction.

    Enter the WICKED WEST!

  • The Foster and Rogers buildings bleat out their progenitors' well-worn personal iconographies and break no new ground, in a place that insists on it.

    Ground Zero Minus Magnificence


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