The persistence of this new painterly
paradigm, from Kelly to Richter, and its emphasis on a painting's structural organization according to chance operations and noncompositionality prove that a historically necessary insight occurred in that period: namely, that the Surrealist aspirations for a psychic automatism of unconscious libidinal liberation could not be credibly secularized or politicized any further but had to be canceled altogether, since the constitution of the subject and its unconscious formations could no longer claim to be exempt from any of the social systems of linguistic and scmiotic control.
The late paintings of Velazquez; theorizing painterly
Hall drawn from the local desert: a poetic and painterly
response to her experience in Arizona.
Her work has often been described as "Painterly
Martha Clarke is the reigning doyenne of American dance theater, a maker of painterly
, dreamlike movement theater.
The final painterly
conception is entirely his own, and is apparently what drove his creation of the photos in the first place.
The effect is both painterly
and dreamy and looked stunning on 35mm film, projected on the large screen at a local commercial theatre.
Huene, who had learned from the master Edward Steichen, introduced Horst to painterly
influences like Van Dyck, Vermeer, and Ingres as well as the reality-manipulating surrealists, many of whom shared Paris as their home.
There is, undoubtedly, a painterly
quality about the yellow aluminium with two finishes of stone (vertical surfaces), and the tilted grey aluminium strips --the light monitors' southerly face -- inserted amid striations of green grass (horizontal canvas or roofscape).
For example: "the mosaics of San Marco set the tone for the painterly
achievements of Venetians in the sixteenth century"(55); "the invention of light-catching textures in the costume prepared the ground for broken, painterly
brushwork in the era of Giorgione" (182).
In contrast to the "speakerly text" Henry Louis Gates describes as characteristic of fiction growing out of the African American folk idiom, Major's poetry typically offers instead what might be called a "painterly
text" - one that presents readers with a complex collage of historical, literary, and philosophical allusions, street talk, cartoons, puns, folk tales, children's songs, advertising slogans, and references to international locales.
approach; an artist's guide to seeing, painting and expressing.