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Word: representational

Definition: (of a style of art) showing things as they actually appear in real life

Sentences Containing 'representational'

"Les Baigneuses", while still 'readable' in the figurative or representational sense, exemplifies the mobile, dynamic fragmentation of form and multiple perspective characteristic of Cubism at the outset of 1912.
A primitive non-representational music video was made, that showed various scenes of late 1960s political and cultural unrest and imagery of love and peace.
A prohibition against depicting representational images in religious art, as well as the naturally decorative nature of Arabic script, led to the use of calligraphic decorations, which usually involved repeating geometrical patterns that expressed ideals of order and nature.
A representational image presented to that effect is the "Door".
According to Campbell, woman bears the representational burden for Fielding of his disappointment about the relation between internal and external selves, as, culturally, she must sustain the realm of private life, interior feeling, and personal identity apart from the public and commercial world of the male; inevitably, then, she must fail Fielding through her reliance on the 'harlotry' of pomp, ostentation, or the drama of self-display if she is to be a part of this world.
According to Turkish dramaturge Kırlı, Hacivat emphasizes the upper body with his refined manners and aloof disposition, while Karagöz is more representational of “the lower body with eating, cursing, defecation and the phallus."
Drilled in late nineteenth-century conventions, Ledbury remained loyal to representational art.
His work contains much nature imagery, is generally representational, and displays a strong focus on visual form.
It follows many of the principles of Representational State Transfer (REST), service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Event-driven architecture (EDA), as well as elements of grid computing.
Kuitca says he uses the image of a map “to get lost… not to get oriented.” Stemming from his experimentation with aerial views of floor plans, Kuitca moved to maps because “he liked the way they occupy a space somewhere between the abstract and the representational.” Kuitca’s retrospective “Guillermo Kuitca: Everything, Paintings and Works on Paper, 1980–2008” opened at the Miami Art Museum in 2009, and traveled to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo (19 February – 30 May 2010), New York; the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (26 June – 19 September 2010); and concluded at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C.
Representational Difference Analysis (RDA) is a technique used in biological research to find sequence differences in two genomic or cDNA samples.
Representational oligonucleotide microarray analysis (ROMA) is a technique that was developed by Michael Wigler and Rob Lucito at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) in 2003.
The hero is a no-nonsense representational artist from Tennessee, who, transplanted to Paris, meets a crowd of pretentious types in a Montparnasse garret.
The ROMA technology emerged from a previous method called Representational Difference Analysis (RDA).
The underlying technology included: Storage was accessible via HTTP, using the Nirvanix Web Services application programming interface based on Representational State Transfer (REST) and Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) or the Nirvanix CloudNAS gateway software.
These prints, commemorating the victories of the Williamite War in Ireland, were "the essential component of representational amplification in politics" of the period.
This method may also be adapted to detect DNA methylation differences, as seen in Methylation-Sensitive Representational Difference Analysis (MS-RDA)[http://www.ncc.go.jp/en/nccri/divisions/14carc/14carc01_1.html].
Vogel confirms this association as purposeful, labeling her own Christmas work an "homage" to Wilder's "great gift to the American theatre presentational, rather than representational theatre."
With the development of acrylic paints in the 1960s, Plavcan turned away from his earlier representational style and began experimenting with a hard-edged geometric style.

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