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One commonplace idea about photography is that it depicts surfaces and traces on surfaces.
The Last Supper'': Completed about 1497, the painting by Leonardo Da Vinci depicts Christ and his 12 apostles, just after Jesus announces that one of them will betray him.
We asked, what do people value here, what depicts this community and people said it was a safe haven to raise a family,'' she said.
Four images depict social scenes in the "near-documentary" mode, wherein the apparently instantaneous is laboriously limned.
Universal Pictures' 2 Fast 2 Furious, produced by Neal Moritz, was the follow-up to the Summer 2001 box office sensation The Fast and the Furious - the first film ever to depict the super-charged world of street racing.
The galleries also depict sacrifices of the armed forces and Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir.
Summary: A Sidon-based sheikh Wednesday called upon Christians supportive of Michel Aoun's Free Patriotic Movement to "watch out" for his policies to depict Sunnis "as a scarecrow.
Some coins depict pictures of the Royal Opera House while others depict coloured pictures of various musical instruments on reverse.
Artist Shampa Sircar Das has put together a combined exhibition of paintings that depict the confluence of the conscious reality with the metaphysical.
In Bradley Kaye's scenic design, a series of painted triangular flats are rolled and spun to depict the park, its inhabitants and Seurat's blank canvas.
Both Buddhist and Daoist works depict heaven as "a blissful dwelling for souls of good people," and hell as "a fearful place where bad people are judged and tortured," she said.
The murals depict key locations and events that are significant to the communities where the Commerce Bank stores are located.
Many of the paintings depict a collection of anthropomorphized wolves and deer, and all but two place these beasts, clothed in fairy-tale ensembles, in a dark wood.
Whenever Nicolas accepts a commission, she delves deeply into the history of the person she will depict.
She has chosen these as the only major English poems that both use a stable persona to depict an individual encounter with God, and take a public approach to the encounter, with their climaxes depicting one or more of the central moments of salvation history.