The windows with the lozenge pattern of leading are all found in pictures thought to have been painted in the late 1650s.
I would like the cameo furnishing fabrics to participate in the revolution or total transformation that has already affected dress fabrics, which are now dominated by lozenge shapes.
He'd wake up with the lozenge pattern of the floor imprinted on his arm and face, but refreshed and ready to go.
At the left of the screen was a lozenge shape circled in red.
You had to see the lozenge shapes in the drum at the base of the Americana in the context of the tail fins parked out front: This was a motor hotel in the city.
The English method for dealing with hot boiled ham is to glaze it with brown sugar and mustard or fruit juice, and decorate by scoring the fat in a lozenge pattern and studding it with whole cloves.
In each work, the larger lozenge shape snuggles like a floating sausage into a radically curved corner of the canvas, presiding over the conversation of the two beanlike shapes huddled together in a corner below.
Ornament was usually restricted to repetitive, geometric mouldings such as those of the lozenge , chevron, or zigzag type.
Notched, rounded, cut into fan or lozenge shapes, and sometimes folded over a dowel, these paintings presented richly textured planes of color - blood, rust, lipstick and fog.