depiction[ dih-pik-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF depiction
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Exactitude marks her time, her scene and her depiction of passions and emotions.
Photography is shown to be the one radical advance in depiction since art began.
They are too hollow and immaterial to appear even as a depiction of form.
But the method of depiction is very different from that of Tolstoi.
The depiction of evil in due proportion and with such limitations belongs to the accurate representation of human character.
Their initial mistake was in supposing that the depiction of mental states would recall the causes of those states.
The depiction of the human form halted at approximation.282 Drawing became more arbitrary.
Now the trouble with modern photography is that it is altogether too lavish in its depiction of distances.
I should like the reader to note how complete is Mr. Eliot's depiction of our contemporary condition.
But the depiction is little more than picture-writing, mere copies of traditional groups.
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