canvaslike

canvaslike

(ˈkænvəsˌlaɪk)
adj
resembling canvas
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These works, whose canvaslike planes feature lurid vertical and horizontal lines, resemble early painterly approaches to Minimalism, a historical movement that was particularly male-dominated in its aesthetic values and criteria.
The same colour is featured inside too, with orange seats in a hard-wearing canvaslike fabric.
The rectangular outer tote is constructed of sturdy, canvaslike material and closes with a metal zipper.
The rigor of Woodman's engagement with the medium was here belied by the visceral convolutions of color and runny streaks of paint that turn the surface of her vessels into canvaslike grounds.
In contrast, the project's end point was lush and garish, vivid and painterly with infectious exuberance: One canvaslike, rectangular panel swirled with inky clouds of indigo; another polychromatic piece overlapped the primaries to form a loose color wheel.
Bandy selected 28 of the 472 short black-and-white 16-mm films that Warhol made, between 1964 and 1966, of visitors to the Silver Factory (and ultimately dubbed "Screen Tests") and projected them digitally onto framed canvaslike surfaces or displayed them on framed video monitors hung side by side in a gallery.
Even the artist's happen (or "rags"), canvaslike textile pictures often shown in groupings, were pared down to one piece: Hand von rechts (Hand from the Right), 2008.