(7) It was written on the four visible turns of a scroll (hence the separations indicated above) wrapped illusionistically
around a pleonastic stroke of the letter "J" (Fig.
carved, she is shown wearing a crown, holding a sceptre in her right hand, and clothed in an ermine cloak, a lace-trimmed dress and jewellery.
But no less pointed is his habitual, reverse-Midas-touch tendency to coat sumptuous materiality in a squalid veneer, as when the tangled skeins of Pollock-style painting are echoed in massively enlarged photographs of Morris-style dust bunnies from the studio floor, or when that emblem of Minimalism, the sleek steel cube, is illusionistically
endowed with the look of cheap cardboard.
For example, she illustrates depth either literally with the constructed forms or illusionistically
with a painted gradient shift on a flat foam core plane in "Leftovas" (2011).
The secularist view is not illusionistically
optimistic; there is evil, depravity.
Television activates the emotions illusionistically
, and is escapist, encouraging fantasy through its deceptive or illusionistic imagery.
The idea of cutting a vase form, which is illusionistically
three-dimensional, out of a two-dimensional decal and then applying that flat decal to a rounded surface is particularly intriguing to her.
sensuous evocation of a mellow Roman day in the words "aureate dream" ("v laske zolotogo sna," literally "in the caress of a golden dream") refers to the tall, slender tree in the Roman Campagna, at the entrance to Rome.
(83) Koerner also rightly argues that the picture "reads" like a book, where the motifs reference ideas symbolically rather than describing them illusionistically
. (84) I would counter that the reader retains interpretive authority, whether the picture "reads" like a text or an Italian Renaissance image.
There may have been something of the very young man's bravado in the group's rejection of the traditional idea of a painting as a neatly delimited, illusionistically
rendered segment of the perceivable world, but there was also a real sense of idealism about their wish to raise the aesthetic level of the domestic interior, to make art and life seamless.
It is not, however, so much the significance of physical landscape to the Roman house as the importance of illusionistically
painted landscape which is the focus of this essay.
Rosenquist offers illusionistically
painted images, but omits a traditional illusion of space.