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Synonyms for depiction

Synonyms for depiction

the act or process of describing in lifelike imagery

Synonyms for depiction

a representation by picture or portraiture

a drawing of the outlines of forms or objects

representation by drawing or painting etc

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Finally, they were asked to evaluate particular media practices and depictions as well as particular ways to address real-life conflict through responding to questionnaire items.
In many ways, one could say that Gibson turned these traditional depictions into moving images.
an arm folded across the breast of the figure) are a direct and deliberate choice on the part of the maker, in trying to achieve a realistic and functionally meaningful depiction, more than something that emerged out of dynamic dialogue between subject matter and the parameters and possibilities of the raw materials employed, as Delporte would often argue.
Two large portraits have been drawn directly on the walls, depictions of young women--the artists themselves--whose ordinariness is offset by the close attention given to the patterns and textures of their clothes.
Although the interweaving of family and ecclesiastical resources has become a staple of early modern Italian historiography, Baernstein gives a rich, fine-grained depiction of these practices seen from inside convent walls.
On a basic level, what does Davis's depiction of the heritage of slavery and the role of religion and moral vision in this heritage say about the nature and meaning of religion and ethics?
His depiction of an 85-year-old man, naked and in a wheelchair, sparked my ambition to go on a solo mission through Berkeley.
I do not arrive at this image by putting the person in front of the camera, rather, I allow the genetic depiction to refer to their physicality.
13), perhaps also frequently ambivalent, depiction of war and violence in Netherlandish art and culture during the long seventeenth century.
The sex on television survey also found: l Some respondents genuinely felt there was less sexual activity portrayed on television nowadays l The kind of sexual activity depicted was perceived to have changed and it was considered more open and explicit now l According to the study, there were two variables - age and gender - which were the key to the sort of attitudes expressed l The older the respondent group, the more offended it was by the depiction of sexual activity.
Wolfe's depiction of working-class life is pointed and painful though not terribly complex.
breast" Depictions or descriptions of "sexual excite meet" are prohibited, defined as "the condition of the human male or female genitals when in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal; or the depiction of covered male genitals in a discernibly turgid state.
He also rejected the film's depiction of the CIA's interrogation program - and the implication that it helped extract valuable information from detainees, the paper said.
Introducing the reader to the nuances and significance of direct infringement and an accurate depiction of copyright infringement with the innovation of modern technology and the practice in whole, The Complete Copyright Liability Handbook For Librarians And Educators explores the decency of copyright workers in a scholarly and acute manner.
The Anvil Stone is an outstanding tale and very highly recommended, especially to all fans of medieval literature and lore focused on the Arthurian era and Dark Ages in fifth-century Britain for its highly accurate and enthralling depiction of an already intriguing tale.