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articulation

Overview page. Subjects: Media Studies.

1. In oral communication, control of the voice so as to produce clear and distinct sounds in speech.

2. (semiotics) Structural levels within semiotic...

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Sèvres Porcelain and the Articulation of Imperial Identity in Napoleonic France

Steven Adams.

in Journal of Design History

January 2007; p ublished online September 2007 .

Journal Article. Subjects: History of Art; Art Forms; Industrial and Commercial Art; Art Styles. 12131 words.

From its inception in 1756, the Sèvres porcelain manufactory made elaborate, highly decorated dinner services for the exclusive use of the royal court. The objects used by the king were...

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Image and Text in Lessing’s <i>Laocoon</i>

Jürgen Trabant.

in Rethinking Lessing's Laocoon

September 2017; p ublished online October 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: Ancient and Classical Art (to 500 CE); Classical Literature. 6976 words.

Jürgen Trabant argues that Lessing’s distinction between poetry and painting can stand for a wider controversy about the respective status (and developmental history) of words and images....

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Romanesque architecture

in The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture

January 2012; p ublished online January 2013 .

Reference Entry. Subjects: Byzantine and Medieval Art (500 CE to 1400). 24023 words.

The essence of Romanesque architecture lies in its articulation, which is clearer than that of any other architectural style, in

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Epilogue: Fantasies of Destruction

Andreas Broeckmann.

in Machine Art in the Twentieth Century

January 2017; p ublished online September 2017 .

Chapter. Subjects: History of Art. 1910 words.

The short epilogue of this book on machine art revisits some of the key themes of the book by introducing the accident as a notion that features not only in critical discourses on...

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Screen Eroticisms

Amelia Jones.

in Resolutions 3

December 2012; p ublished online August 2015 .

Chapter. Subjects: History of Art. 7035 words.

This chapter explores feminist art practice by addressing the profound technological and ideological shift in the feminist visualization and conceptualization of eroticism (and the sexed...

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Franciscus Italus

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

(fl c. 1502–16; d Kraków, 16 Oct 1516). Italian architect and sculptor, active in Poland. Franciscus Italus, who has been incorrectly identified as Francesco della Lora, joined the court in...

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Bernardo Morando

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

(b Padua, c. 1540; d Zamość, 1600–01). Italian architect, active in Poland. He is first mentioned in Poland in 1569 as the architect who continued the extension of the Royal Castle in...

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Hans Kramer

Overview page. Subjects: Renaissance Art.

(d Weichselmunde [now Wisloujscie, nr Gdańsk, Poland], 1577). German architect and military engineer. He trained under his father, the master builder Bastian Kramer (d after 1553), who had...

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Postmodern Architecture

K. Michael Hays.

in Art History

P ublished online May 2016 .

Article. Subjects: History of Art. 7498 words.

The concept of postmodernism finds its definitive articulation in architecture, even though postmodern thought far exceeds the use of the term postmodern in architectural discourse. Modern...

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Reshaping the Creole past

Jens Andermann.

in Journal of the History of Collections

January 2001; p ublished online January 2001 .

Journal Article. Subjects: Exhibition Catalogues and Specific Collections; History of Art; Social and Cultural History. 0 words.

Towards the end of the nineteenth century the creole élite at Buenos Aires, in the face of a rapidly changing economy and European immigration in formerly unknown proportions, felt an...

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