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maps that depict the death rates from several broad categories
The picture primarily depicts emissions from cool, relatively lightweight stars, which constitute the majority of stars in the cosmos.
While the realism is jarring, the establishing of mood makes sense: Wilson depicts a group united in its apparent sorrow and conjures a sense of unity from a scene of apparent chaos.
The nonprofit SPARC has done some early designs of the segments that will depict the decades since the 1950s.
A pregnant female figurine carved out of green serpentine is shown in profile, left, and the ivory statuette, right, probably also depicts a pregnancy, according to Bisson and White.
Hence the conventional reading of Colescott's work as a simple commentary on the writing of African Americans out of history requires adjustment, as this painting depicts their active participation in a major historical event.
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.
All four images depict events and conditions that occur daily around the edges of Capital: peripheral transitions highlighting the ultimate precariousness of possessions.
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.
That is at least partly the explanation of the estrangement these images produce: They depict cities I know yet have never seen like this (being equipped with two eyes embedded in flesh and blood, I never could).
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.
All the paintings depict interior views of empty spaces (museums, galleries), starkly calling attention to architectural perspective.
Most of the paintings in the WESTWAYS cover-art collection depict scenes in various California locales in the mid-20th Century, a time of enormous landscape transformation," said Matthew Roth, the Auto Club's corporate historian.