Definition of Pictorialisms

1. pictorialism [n] - See also: pictorialism



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pictorialisms

pictogram
pictogramme
pictograms
pictograph
pictographic
pictographically
pictographies
pictographs
pictography
pictoral
pictorial
pictorial convention
pictorial matter
pictorial representation
pictorialism
pictorialisms (current term)
pictorialist
pictorialists
pictoriality
pictorialize
pictorialized
pictorializes
pictorializing
pictorially
pictorialness
pictorialnesses
pictorials
picts
pictura
picturable

Literary usage of Pictorialisms

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1. The Use of the Scriptures in Theology by William Newton Clarke (1905)
"But this great word relegates from theology to history much more than the ancient pictorialisms, the eye, the arm, the face, the throne, of God. ..."

2. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1843)
"It begins well: and the illustrations, both in profusion and value, are something beyond even his tact in pictorialisms. We have heard from those who ..."

3. George Gilfillan: Letters and Journals, with Memoir by George Gilfillan, Robert Addison Watson (1892)
"... Heaven our Home " ; Guthrie's clever but overdone pictorialisms; Brown's heavy and lumbering commentaries ; and Cunningham's strong but belated ..."

4. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1890)
"... a singularly degraded and debased stage, far beyond the pictorialisms alluded to, shields being loaded with representations of sea-fights, fortresses, ..."

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