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As his paintings often portrayed people in a caricature kind of way--very loose and personality-driven interpretations of those he painted in street and crowd scenes--his own somewhat loner lifestyle now could beconsidered as the prototypical embodiment of an artist consumed by his work, living not so much obsessed about or controlled by his surroundings, ied, limiting his ability to paint large canvases in his signature, figuratively expressive style that rendered vivid characters, landmarks, and grand events, such as the Easter Parade, Times Square, and the V-J Day parade.
The violinist, who made her debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine, has a warm, expressive style and ekes an incredibly sweet tone from even the highest registers of her instrument.
More Sweetly Play the Dance (2015), the work that gave the exhibition its title, is indicative of the South African artist's expressive style, of his political engagement and technical accomplishment: a 45-metre-long video projection, running across eight floor-to-ceiling screens, across which shuffle a desolate procession of silhouetted figures in a combination of shadow puppetry, film, and music.
Blumann was a conservative modernist, but the Perth art scene was not prepared for her expressive style, and when she exhibited for the first time in 1944, her art was met with bewilderment.
Well this time round, Nissan has wisely concentrated on improving materials quality and also offering a more expressive style to the cabin.
An aggressive-looking front bumper and grille and side character lines give it a more expressive style. In profile, a pronounced body line starts from the Camry's muscular front fender and spans across the doors and rear quarter panel, conveying a sense of motion.
Horsham, PA, April 30, 2015 --( The recently launched Stalice stemware decor company debuted its hot new line of one of a kind designs that takes serving wine and cocktails to a new level of chic expressive style, making it the "must have" accessory.
Schrauwen ironically overdetermines the connection between interior and exterior to make a more important point: the expressive style that emerges from each persons pen is more personal than physical appearance.
Another discussion he pursues is about the particular styles of grieving men may use, from the intuitive or emotionally expressive style at one end of the spectrum to the instrumental, or cognitive, problem-solving style at the other end.
Thirty works of art achieved in an expressive style brimful of spontaneity and beauty gave voice to a number of kids allowing them to articulate whatever simple dreams or great expectations they have.
The second volume contains pieces written a decade or so later, but of the same expressive style. The range is a bit more for each of these, but the sentiment is equally potent.
Watching the students grow as visual artists using this spontaneous expressive style was fulfilling and wonderful.
Their fun loving attitude and expressive style of football got the best out of several players, including the likes of Dave Bennett and Cyrille Regis, and lifted the entire city of Coventry.