stylisation


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Noun1.stylisation - the act of stylizing; causing to conform to a particular style
normalisation, normalization, standardisation, standardization - the imposition of standards or regulations; "a committee was appointed to recommend terminological standardization"
conventionalisation, conventionalization - the act of conventionalizing; conforming to a conventional style
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stylisation

[ˌstaɪlaɪˈzeɪʃən] stylization Nestilización f
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The stylisation of the film is completely different and moves towards the cosmopolitan, apart from some inspirations from the original.
Even though her concerto is more in line with the contemporary conventions and more aimed at external effect than the concerto written by her future husband, it cannot be disputed as regards the originality of ideas and the singular stylisation of the piano part.
He returned to the final stylisation of the composition in 1877, when his two surviving children died within a short time of each other.
WallPaper (1), d'Ed Pien, que le commissaire Karl-Gilbert Murray presentait dans la Salle Norman-McLaren de la Cinematheque quebecoise dans le cadre de la 31e edition du FIFA, est une oeuvre videographique immersive reproduisant des motifs floraux schematises qui rappellent en effet, par leur repetition et leur stylisation, les papiers peints traditionnels.
What a witty, elegant stylisation of Pinhead and the gang.
Armed with their creative thoughts, they not just experimented with the marquees but also changed the typical stylisation of goddess Durga.
6] Mingtian Zhao and Song-Chun Zhu, "Artistic rendering of portraits, image and video-based artistic stylisation," Computational Imaging and Vision, vol.
com brand, our new logo reflects our Manx heritage and is based around a stylisation of the famous Manx Shearwater.
Nevertheless, young readers will be quickly drawn into the story, ignoring any adult misgivings about either the theology or the literary stylisation that might surface.
In his work, one sees complex relationship between simplification, stylisation and sensitivity.
What Rabbie did was accent stylisation - a type of textism.
These evoke a memory of the coal cellar, a stylisation of the genius loci taken from backyards at Berlin's BGendarmenmarkt, dating from the 'period of promoterism' at the end of the nineteenth century.