depicted object

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Noun1.depicted object - something (a person or object or scene) selected by an artist or photographer for graphic representation; "a moving picture of a train is more dramatic than a still picture of the same subject"
thing - a separate and self-contained entity
scene, view - graphic art consisting of the graphic or photographic representation of a visual percept; "he painted scenes from everyday life"; "figure 2 shows photographic and schematic views of the equipment"
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The usual daring choice of the Hellenic Institute of Holography to impress public by exhibiting OptoClones by Andreas Sarakinos in direct proximity and contrast to the original depicted object is naturally used in this exhibition too with the 'Chios Epitaph' (MIT Museum, 2012) and 'Janus', an art object with impressive optical properties by itself.
Prior to the presentation of each picture, the experimenter provided the children with the name of the category of the depicted object (fruit for banana and apple; vehicle for bicycle and car; animal for dog and butterfly; clothing for sock and shoe).
7 Pinsky's object-based inquiry can be said to stem from a set of 2011 works that employ the traditional painting trope of the still life to generative ends, providing an alluring friction behind each depicted object. Tapping into the familiarity of commercial displays and photography, Pinsky continues to examine the ways in which we read images now, but also our desire for images to perform, a desire Pinsky's art ostensibly satiates (though rather wryly).
Several postscripts are added to the essay on 'Transparent Pictures' that clarify Walton's claim that we see through photographs to the depicted object and point to ways in which digital photography might challenge the transparency thesis.
This is not seeing the depicted object in the picture or seeing the paint marks as the object; rather it is seeing the marked surface within the game of seeing pictures.
As a viewer moves around a hologram, however, his or her perspective on the depicted object changes continuously, just as it would if the object were real.
His unique layering process transforms the depicted object or person by stripping the subject of its individual attributes while simultaneously giving it an auratic glow.
If there's no red to speak of in the tight little roses found in Carnegie's still lifes Waltz I and Waltz II (both 2004), it's perhaps to show how the depicted object expires on admittance into painting.
Trompe-L'oeil is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist in three dimensions.
Trompe l'oeil is an art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that depicted objects exist in three dimensions.
* Two other possible fireball images in the area depicted objects with circular heads followed by long straight tails.
He was then asked to explain, verbally or by drawing, why he believed that the names he suggested accurately identified the depicted objects. If the processing of raised-line pictures is indeed based mainly on the perception of the shape of objects shared by vision and haptics, Carlo's identification rate would be similar to the rate that was previously reported for participants who are blind and sighted, who attempted to identify raised-line pictures without the availability of visual information from the pictures (see, for example, D'Angiulli, Kennedy, & Heller, 1998; Kennedy & Bai, 2002).