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Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Revelist (blog)

The 27 greatest fashion moments from 'Charmed,' ranked by witchiness

Revelist (blog)-May 21, 2016
That knotted pearl necklace draped down Prue's back! ... So great is my love for the 1920s looks that they deserve both the #1 AND #2 slots, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from New York Post

From turquoise bling to cocktail rings, 5 top jewelry trends for spring

New York Post-May 2, 2018
The cocktail ring has long been a staple of glamorous ladies about town. At speakeasies in the 1920s, flappers wore the extravagant, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Wall Street Journal

Be at Your Best in Bold Colored Jewels

Wall Street Journal-Nov. 20, 2015
But the explosion of interest in the Indian style in the 1920s changed that. ... The pearl and diamond Nagaur necklace was inspired by the ...
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Prince Harry Helped Meghan Markle Choose Her Wedding Tiara with ... 26, 2018
Although grooms aren't supposed to see their brides in their wedding dresses ahead of the wedding, according to superstition, Prince Harry still ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

holding, we are compelled to search this content out art;
predetermining the content of the form, we finds not even a single form
of art" (ibid. P. 78). It is "symbolic of judgment," 1910
runs parallel with the creators of the formal school of literary criticism.
Andrew White offers his doctrine of the General forms of art
laying the Foundation of his space and time. Music has as
a basic element of rhythm. Poetry -- the image changes in time. Painting --
the image in the paint in two dimensions of space. Structure and architecture
include your images in three dimensions of space (White A.
Sense of art // A. White the Critic. Aesthetics. The theory of symbolism. In 2 vols.
-- Vol. 1. -- M., 1994). In this work he gives an interesting definition
the process of symbolization based on experience: "the process of building models
experiences through images of sight is a process of symbolization" (There
same. P. 153). The symbol is deployed by him in the following trinomial model:
"1) a symbol as an image of sight, stimulating our emotions concreteness
his traits that we deliberate in the surrounding reality; 2) the symbol as
allegory, expressing the ideological meaning of the image: philosophical and religious
public; 3) the symbol as a call to creativity of life" (ibid.C.
As you can see, the symbolism here is on the real ground in the form
experiences. It is the same concept in the "Meadow green" A. Whitelinks
with religion. "Religion is the relationship of experiences. Feelings are the sole
and collective. Religion is the connection of the sole and collective experiences"
(Ibid. P. 254). Collective experiences are combined in a closed