The effectiveness of the statue was thus dependent in part on the visual suitability of its iconography and the quality of its form.
While this collection of styles is consonant with Ferry's interest in ironic pop art, it also reflects a significant departure, as noted, from the standard visual iconography of rock.
the iconography of pop culture
This is clearest in his valorization of the visual iconography of the French Revolution.
Sentimental photographs of high quality continue the maudlin iconography of Indians as last representatives of a fine and more noble pristine past, oppressed by crude invaders.
It has been demonstrated that the iconography of the Del Sarto altarpiece reflects Franciscan doctrine and artistic conventions.
My study of the iconography has revealed 37 images from the twelfth century, 65 from the thirteenth century, then a mighty leap to 201 from the fourteenth century.
the conventional iconography of Christian art
The poses of seated figure and rooster and the relation between them distinctly recall the iconography of Peter's denial in early Christian and Carolingian images.
With her designs for The Indians' Book of 1907, DeCora moved past a generic interest in Native symbols to create a pan-Indian iconography .