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As a result, his art was sometimes criticized as being “ vulgar ,” because he painted what he saw: “ rutted and edged hodgepodge of bushes, mounds of earth, and trees in various stages of development .” According to one source, details such as those were equivalent to today ’ s art showing garbage cans or beer bottles on the side of a street scene.
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The male children who were the result of these visits were either killed, sent back to their fathers or exposed in the wilderness to fend for themselves ; the girls were kept and brought up by their mothers, and trained in agricultural pursuits, hunting, and the art of war.
The composition can determine the focus of the art, and result in a harmonious whole that is aesthetically appealing and stimulating.
Furthermore, as a result of this injury, he suffered from a growth on his face that biographers and art historians have defined as a " benign tumour " or " exostosis ".
A feature of these publications is the high-quality illustrations made by engravers like Wilson Lowry of art work supplied by specialist draftsmen like John Farey, Jr. Encyclopaedias were published in Scotland, as a result of the Scottish Enlightenment, for education there was of a higher standard than in the rest of the United Kingdom.
Nonetheless, Munch was highly influential, particularly with the German Expressionists, who followed his philosophy, " I do not believe in the art which is not the compulsive result of Man's urge to open his heart.
Cooking technique, known as culinary art, generally requires the selection, measurement, and combining of ingredients in an ordered procedure in an effort to achieve the desired result.
While prolonged grappling in muay Thai will result in a separation of the competitors, the art extensively uses the clinch hold known as a double collar tie.
She encouraged Schwitters to ' Merz ' this ephemera, the result of which was a sequence of proto-pop art pictures such as For Käte, 1947.
As a result, western practitioners have incorporated much more powerful hand striking techniques from boxing although some Thai purists accuse them of diluting the art.
Many conceptual works take the position that art is the result of the viewer viewing an object or act as art, not of the intrinsic qualities of the work itself.
This was ostensibly because a chronological survey of the story of modern art along the lines of the Museum of Modern Art in New York would expose the large gaps in the collections, the result of the Tate's conservative acquisitions policy for the first half of the 20th century.
As a result of his family's interest in art, from 1937 he attended the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts where he studied under Kay Fisker and Steen Eiler Rasmussen.
As a result of the Swedish occupation, Kronborg was deprived of many of its most precious art works, including the richly decorated fountain in the castle courtyard, Frederick II's canopy and a number of the large ceiling paintings commissioned by Christian IV for the ballroom.
These people would often rise to power as a result of their art — Luan Da, a Han Dynasty medium, was granted rule over 2, 000 households.
" Misanthropy, then, is presented as the result of thwarted expectations or even excessively naive optimism, since Plato argues that " art " would have allowed the potential misanthrope to recognize that the majority of men are to be found in between good and evil.
Magic is the art of producing a desired effect or result through the use of incantation, ceremony, ritual, the casting of spells or various other techniques that presumably assure human control of supernatural agencies or the forces of nature.
" The blow was struck ," Robert-Houdin said, "... henceforth the interpreters and all those who had dealings with the Arabs received orders to make them understand that my pretended miracles were only the result of skill, inspired and guided by an art called prestidigitation, in no way connected with sorcery.
Many traditional disciplines are now integrating digital technologies and, as a result, the lines between traditional works of art and new media works created using computers has been blurred.
It also appears in his Expanded Universe in 1980, but this version is the way it appeared in Astounding without the modifications: " I now see, as a result of the enormous increase in the art in 33 years, more errors in the ' 46 version than I spotted in the ' 40s version when I checked it in ' 46 ," he writes in the introduction to the story.
Wise's tendency towards professionalism led to a degree of preparedness which, though nominally motivated by studio budget constraints, nevertheless advanced the moviemaking art, with many Academy Award-winning films the result.
As a result, the film offers a quintessential cinematic moment of the rarest and most transcendentally pure art.
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The enemy came looming around a bend in the trail and Matsuo took a hasty shot, then fled without knowing the result, ran until breath was a pain in his chest and his legs were rubbery.
I granted this might be so, but found the result to be even more attention to form than was the case previously.
The first result of Heidenstam's long sojourn abroad was a volume of poems, Pilgrimage And Wander-Years ( Vallfart och Vandringsar ), published in 1888.
The result was a collection of 280 songs, ballads, ditties, brought together from all regions of America, more than one hundred never before published: The American Songbag.
The result was the `` Gross Report '', prepared by Gross, as chairman, with the assistance of two U.N. Under Secretaries, Constantin Stavropoulos and Philippe De Seynes.
As a result, he was sent to a hospital in Arizona until his health improved enough for him to come back to Washington to work in the Government service.
The result was that I found myself in the ridiculous position of having made a formal engagement by letter for the next week, only two days before my departure from London.
This was accordingly done, and the plight of the grateful Mrs. Morris was much relieved as a result of the generous loan, the amount of which is not known.
Almost inevitably, the first result of this technological revolution was a reaction against the methods and in many cases the conclusions of the Oxford school of Stubbs, Freeman and ( particularly ) Green regarding the nature of the Anglo-Saxon conquest of Britain.
They, however much they were in disagreement with the late Victorians over the method by which Britain was Germanized, agreed with them that the end result was the complete extinction of the previous Celtic population and civilization.
The result was that by secret agreement draft machinery was actually ready long before the country knew that the device was to take the place of the volunteering method which Theodore Roosevelt favored.
The result was that the rate of venereal disease in the American Army was the lowest in our military history.
It was a dinner party, Lewis had been drinking during the afternoon, and long before the party really got under way, he was quite drunk, with the result that the party broke up even before dinner was over.
As a result, your criticism of Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and the Department of Justice was inaccurate, unwarranted and unfair.
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The wholesale death of cattle as a result of blizzards, and sometimes droughts, over a wide range of territory was called a `` die-up ''.
It consists of a downward displacement of the cerebellar tonsils and the medulla through the foramen magnum, sometimes causing hydrocephalus as a result of obstruction of cerebrospinal fluid outflow.
This is sometimes a result of the sizes of the atoms in the alloy, because larger atoms exert a compressive force on neighboring atoms, and smaller atoms exert a tensile force on their neighbors, helping the alloy resist deformation.
As a result of the new covenant, God's chosen people are now the corporate body of Christ, the church ( sometimes called spiritual Israel – see also Covenant theology ).
It can sometimes result in reactions that range in severity from a rash ( in the case of patients that may unwittingly have mononucleosis ) to potentially lethal allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis.
Because the result of performing the operation on a pair of elements of S is again an element of S, the operation is called a closed binary operation on S ( or sometimes expressed as having the property of closure ).
In both the Olympic and BWF World competitions restrictions on the number of participants from any one country have caused some controversy because they sometimes result in excluding elite world level players from the strongest badminton nations.
As an exercise in Scots Baronial, it is sometimes described as being too ordered, pedantic, and even Germanic, as a result of Prince Albert's influence on the design.
The different regulatory arrangements sometimes result in particular technologies being developed first for either the U. S. or in Europe depending on the more favorable form of regulation.
When this rule is broken, giving the " molecule " a charge, the result is sometimes named a molecular ion or a polyatomic ion.
In many cases, such as the cabinet-directed prohibition on foreign ownership for broadcasters and the legislated principle of the predominance of Canadian content, these acts and orders often leave the CRTC less room to change policy than critics sometimes suggest, and the result is that the commission is often the lightning rod for policy criticism that could arguably be better directed at the government itself.
As a result, Chicago's club nickname transitioned, and by 1890 they had become known as the Chicago Colts, or sometimes " Anson's Colts ," referring to Cap's influence within the club.
A preplanned, preagreed approach sometimes called a pre-packaged bankruptcy by the parties may facilitate the desired result.
The date given is usually the publication date of the complete proof of a result, which is sometimes several years later than the proof or first announcement of the result, so some of the items appear in the " wrong " order.
In linguistics, creaky voice ( sometimes called laryngealisation, pulse phonation, vocal fry, or glottal fry ), is a special kind of phonation in which the arytenoid cartilages in the larynx are drawn together ; as a result, the vocal folds are compressed rather tightly, becoming relatively slack and compact.
The term " calcium-sparing diuretic " is sometimes used to identify agents that result in a relatively low rate of excretion of calcium.
The two approaches are complementary rather than competitive, but they do result in different perspectives and, sometimes, conflicts of opinion about matters of substance.
Though cards sometimes have obvious interpretations for the context in which they are drawn, the rules explain that sometimes they are best read simply as " a positive ( or negative ) result.
Some authors also require the domain of the Euclidean function be the entire ring R ; this can always be accommodated by adding 1 to the values at all nonzero elements, and defining the function to be 0 at the zero element of R, but the result is somewhat awkward in the case of K. The definition is sometimes generalized by allowing the Euclidean function to take its values in any well-ordered set ; this weakening does not affect the most important implications of the Euclidean property.