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82) Like the famous royal statues in the same sanctuary these murals, now again completely covered by later furnishings, were however executed in a slightly archaistic style when this chapel was reconstructed as an artifical cave of Avalokiteshvara's sacred abode on Mount Potalaka in 1645.
The archaistic trends that were manifest at different times, in particular in the Augustan Age, cannot be neglected: Ed.
His literary style is highly colored and archaistic, being derived from Francois Rabelais, Michel de Montaigne, and 16th-century historical chroniclers.
The masters, whose reputations were secure, were allowed to continue painting in the accepted style, even if it was considered slightly archaistic.
LOUIS -- Xiling Group has announced the completion of the sale of one of its rare assets - a magnificent celadon-glazed archaistic vase.
which sold for $162,000; a Chinese Huanghuali and Hongmu Cabinet with Carved Dragon Doors, 20th Century, which sold for $144,000; a Chinese Enamel Decorated Porcelain Peach Vase, 18th Century, which sold for $138,600; a Chinese Archaistic Rhinoceros Horn Cup, 17th/18th Century, which sold for $120,000; a Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Lotus Decorated Cup, 17th Century, which sold for $110,400; a Chinese Gilt Bronze Standing Buddha on Lotus Base, 17th/18th Century, which sold for $108,000; a Chinese Rhinoceros Horn Libation Cup with Magnolia and Prunus, Late 17th Century, which sold for $96,000; and a Chinese Imperial Ancestor Portrait, Color Inks on Silk, 19th Century, which sold for $90,000.
Here an archaistic "Beethoven-Schubertesque" texture gradually disintegrates under the force of its own logic.