pictorialist


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pictorialist

(pɪkˈtɔːrɪəlɪst)
n
(Photography) photog a follower or believer in the pictorialism movement
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Stephan Meier-Oeser distinguishes between pictorialist and propositionalist theories of mental language.
Her early art photographs were Pictorialist in style, characterized by soft focus and allegorical themes.
Yellow Dot--the pictorialist (need the WHEN, detailed and punctual who need clear information, cautious, quiet, logical, you'll hear them say "I SEE")
A prototypical example of pictorialist photography is found in the young Stieglitz's iconic "The Hand of Man" (see Figure 2).
Shawn Michelle Smith's chapter on the works of Barthes and early twentieth-century Pictorialist F.
Accompanied by an extensive catalogue, this exhibition of some 250 photographs and three films spans Strand's career, from his Pictorialist origins and brilliant experiments of the 1910s and '2Us through the extended portraits of places--from Mexico to Ghana--that occupied him from the '30s through the '60s.
In her study of Parnassian poetry in France and Russia, Maria Rubins explains that no other group of European poets produced more pictorialist and ekphrastic poetry, and Machado was well aware of this.
Influenced by the Pictorialist arts movement, Curtis's photos were characterized by soft-focus, shadowed lighting and sentimental staging to evince highly evocative and romanticized images.
Although the American pictorialist Gertrude Kasebier (1852-1934), considered one of the most influential photographers of the early twentieth century, is well known for her oneiric photographs of motherhood, she trained her camera on a range of subjects, from animals to moody landscapes.
Mr Hunter decided to use a pinhole camera to connect to the early history of photography and the Pictorialist movement, whose members experimented with chemical processes and printing techniques in an effort to elevate their pictures to an art form equal to painting.
the pictorialist composition has been a characteristic of landscapes at