Here the main event is limned large on the picture plane.
The serene yet bold, contemporary forms are clad in marine plywood panels, limned in metal flashing that glints in the powerful sunlight.
I'm very worried about how news of this journey will be limned to others, if I don't make it.
Beasts, vipers and monsters descend upon a mildmannered-looking man, likely a self-portrait, while a giant, sinuous snake, limned by several wavy lines of paint, hovers overhead.
In nineteen fragmented chapters riddled with ellipses, the novel limns the discrete and sometimes discomforting spectrum of desire awakened by intimations of mortality.
The shining ship swam serenely through the upper atmosphere, light limning its skin in shafts of golden brilliance as they sailed towards the barriers ahead, proud and uncaring.
He was holding the reigns of a small white horse whose long tail and mane shone as though limned with sunlight, even in the dim light allowed by the tall, narrow stone loopholes that faced south above the river.
Her figures and landscapes are not minutely limned in, as in the miniature tradition, each with a definite attribute and place in the cosmos.
Is there a bare minimum of representation that we can respond to as fully limning us?
Goodrich limned some of her biography into her last known self-portrait, where she fashioned herself as an artist at work at her easel.