blueness


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Until then, we are left to wonder just how and why the commanding work at the very center of the installation-1951-B (PH-247), 1951, a "sixteen-foot-long tornado of inky cobalt blueness darkening to a black plateau riven by a golden razor-edge bolt," to quote Anfam--looks so much like Newman's Cathedra of the same year, or why the untitled 1954 painting next to it (PH-1123) comes so close to Motherwell's "Elegies" of 1948-67.
Teza is a man who should have no hope and yet still finds beauty in the world--a spider spinning her web in his prison cell in Myanmar (formerly Burma), the industriousness of the ants in the walls, and the blueness of the sky through a small window.
The leaden sky we encountered might have been different from the blueness you'd see in, say, Provence, but don't let that put you off.
The blueness is due to atmospheric sodium absorbing the orange/red light being emitted by the star, causing its light to shift towards the blue part of the spectrum.
assistant, catching whiff of my blueness and seeing the money pass
At the blueness of the skies and in the warmth of summer, we remember them.
The whiteness, yellowness, or blueness of light is measured by its temperature in kelvins.
Details like the moonlit blueness of the night sky when Thor comes to Earth will remain long after the film's boring dialogue and characters have been forgotten.
While James' caressing hands were thoughtful and thorough, helping rid her of the mess, his upper teeth pinched at the flesh of his lower lip in a way that was almost boyish, or would have been were it not for the weary blueness tincturing the skin around his concentrating eyes.
In "In lovely blueness," Holderlin appears not only to be responding to Psalm 19 but to be reacting against a second inter-text, Protagoras' maxim, "Man is the measure of all things: of things that are, that they are, and of things that are not, that they are not.
Mythical images appear in the blueness, as watery and transitory as the waves.
is the color coordinate varying from redness (+) to greenness (-), and b* is the color coordinate varying for yellowness (+) to blueness ().
Sperm whales off the Azores captured by Magnus Lundgren look weightless as they hang suspended in a vast blueness, despite their immense size.
Hue differences are usually described in terms of redness, yellowness, greenness, or blueness.
Anaphylactic shock is associated with dizziness, loss of consciousness, laboured breathing, swelling of the tongue and breathing tubes, blueness of the skin, low blood pressure, heart failure, and death.