Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from Forbes

Mona Jensen Discusses Her Lifestyle Brand, Tom Wood

Forbes-Jul. 30, 2018
Specializing in contemporary yet timeless pieces, from jewelry to sunglasses and ... Such as vintage jewelry, they always tell a story and were there for a reason.
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4 Tucson-area antique fairs worth visiting this fall

Arizona Daily Star-Sep. 5, 2018
As the summer heat gives way to cooler fall temps, antique hunters have ... selling everything from vintage jewelry and antique photographs to classic toys and ...
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New Vintage Shops Opens in Hyattsville

The Hyattsville Wire-Aug. 28, 2018
Holli Mintzer spends her free time at estate sales, auctions, thrift stores and flea markets. Her target: Vintage clothing, jewelry, art and more. Now she's sharing ...
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3 Women Grew Up Surrounded by Art. Guess What Their ...

New York Times-Mar. 24, 2018
And in the realm of fine jewelry, a trio of thirtysomething designers — Mary .... who credited her flair (which relied on inventively mixing vintage flea market finds ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

purely semiotic. It is evident that the analysis of the special
symbolic language -- a portrait, in some cases, is even used
semiotic terminology.
The identity (and thus the portrait as an analogue of it in fine
art) appears rather late in the history of human civilization.
N. M.Tarabukin says: "the frescoes of ancient Egypt, Assyro-Babylonia,
Greece -- the human face as an individual face was absent. Artist
depicted body, the face is substituted for the mask..." (Tarabukin, N. M.Portrait
as the problem of style // Art of the portrait. -- M., 1928. C. I 59; see also:
Markelov G. I. 's Identity as a cultural-historical phenomenon (studies on
the history of individualism). -- Vol. 1. SPb., 1912).)
N. And.Zhinkin, in turn, defining the portrait, says,
it is impossible to talk simply about individualization portrayed, because then and
landscape should become a portrait because it is unique in this regard. It
introduces the definition of a portrait as depicted on the plane of individual
the person not involved in the action, but then he himself rejects such
way since it gives nothing to the understanding of the portrait (Zhinkin
N. And. Portrait shape // the Art of portraiture. -- M., 1928. P.13).
.Path profile analysis Zhinkin sees the search characteristic forms
personality: "personality is such a special characteristic of her forms,
embodiment and presence which satisfies the artistic experience and gives
the opportunity to build different types of portraits with a different worldview" (There
same. P. 20). Rubs his understanding even raised above the man himself
have become a defining human force: "portrait only finds
personality in man, he discovers his ownform.
The ancient painting was really only departuretime
period, as in the sense of lack of portraits, and in terms of recognition
magical power of the portrait. This consciousness believed that the thing took the form of
personality -- a stone, a piece of the wall, or the bones themselves become identity, the second
personality -- double and what is really happening with the double --
thing that will happen to a person. Power over-the power portrait
over the individual" (Cog same.P.35).
Fiction quite often used a similar
the magical story.