chromatism


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chromatism

1. Opties, dispersion or distortion of color.
2. abnormal coloration. See also botany.
See also: Color
abnormal coloration in parts of a plant that are usually green. See also color.
See also: Botany
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.chromatism - hallucinatory perception of colored lights
visual hallucination - illusory visual perception
2.chromatism - abnormal pigmentation
pigmentation - coloration of living tissues by pigment
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Too often people think about Italian design only in terms of beauty or aesthetics - which is of course true and Italy is definitely a benchmark for this- but Italian designs are also about sending a message on well-being and functionality." Designed by Koichi Takada Architects, the projects were inspired by Qatar's desert landscapes which influenced and marked the concept of the interiors, reproducing the striking geometries and chromatism of the desert, its canyons and dunes.
These projects, designed by Koichi Takada Architects, were inspired by Qatar's desert landscapes, which influenced and marked the concept of the interiors, reproducing the striking geometries and chromatism of the desert, its canyons and dunes.
According to Spivak, "certain European codes, of largely English common law as law as such over a legal structure of performance that was very different" (Spivak, The Intervention Interview 1990, 126) had a very devastating negative impact on the Indian education system: it created an "epistemic violence and chromatism [because of the] Foreclosure, [a term she used in the meaning that] when you are vigorously denying something, because it is present in excess" (Spivak 1990, 126).
Chromatism and morphometrics of nymphs of the Central American Locust (Schistocerca piceifrons piceifrons Walker, 1870) in South Tamaulipas, Mexico.
As Gesualdo struggles with chromatism, Tchaikovsky grapples with the second movement of his "Pathetique" symphony, while Schoenberg tackles the 12-tone scale--and each tangles with romantic calamity.
The menace of insanity Inner voices cry out for action Defenseless as I am Lost in the alleged paradise I'm not sure if I am here or elsewhere Searching for satisfaction Beyond the frontiers of my comprehension In the western tradition chromatism has always been associated with madness.
de 1900 a 1930", comprised 12 distinct programs (14 concerts including the closing one), showing the intense creativity of the first third of the century: expressionism, exotism, futurism, constructivism, polyrhythm, bruitism, and so on, on the one hand, and archaism and neoclassicism on the other ; the invention of "new systems of sound organization" (Nikolay Roslavets), the "new linearity" (Lev Knipper, Aleksandr Mosolov), and "total chromatism" and resorting to electronic means (Nicolas Obouhow).
In the late 1960s, his Ensamblajes marked a break with the visual art styles of his time and made its mark in art history through a new kind of language where symbols, signs, and concepts merge in a mixed technique of strong chromatism and texture.