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  • noun Plural form of woodcut.

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Examples

  • There are woodcuts from the 16th century showing spec clothing.

    kateelliott: Question for the Hive Mind

  • He is very convincing on the impact of natural as well as political/military disasters, on the formation of Dutch identity after the formation of the state, on the role of religion and the family, and the whole thing is beautifully illustrated with paintings and woodcuts from the period.

    The Council of Nicæa and March Books 38) The Witch Hunters

  • If you have the opportunity, you should really read "Destiny"; the story of that woman's life, from the moment she was born until she dies, done in these amazing wordless woodcuts, is probably one of the deepest works I've ever seen.

    Brian Ruckley - News & Views

  • NoaNoa for flute, played here by Catherine Ransom Karoly, makes reference to a series of Gauguin woodcuts.

    Consolation Prize

  • NoaNoa for flute, played here by Catherine Ransom Karoly, makes reference to a series of Gauguin woodcuts.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Mixed with the woodcuts were the landlord's own artistic productions, wonderful to behold.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 122, December, 1867

  • I've been asked a lot if my drawings were made as woodcuts, which is a cool idea, but the reality of having made all of these as woodcuts seems crazy.

    The ADD Blog at Comic Book Galaxy

  • Etna is not like the neat, conical volcanoes you see in Japanese woodcuts.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • I confess that I liked the aesthetic changes Peter Beinart brought to The New Republic, from the overall redesign of the magazine to the use of striking cover photographs and illustrators especially digital "woodcuts" to "Notebook," a spread of brief, often vicious takedowns of Washington insiders illustrated with a caricature by David Cowles.

    Philocrites: May 2006 Archives

  • I confess that I liked the aesthetic changes Peter Beinart brought to The New Republic, from the overall redesign of the magazine to the use of striking cover photographs and illustrators especially digital "woodcuts" to "Notebook," a spread of brief, often vicious takedowns of Washington insiders illustrated with a caricature by David Cowles.

    Philocrites: Undecided about Foer's 'New Republic.'

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