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to be not random, but systematic, it should also be read as a sign. "Gesture
strictly selected and never exaggerate their capabilities, being
the picture only, it however involves a number of
other. This podrazumevaet other gestures, built according to strict
a number, giving unity and the celebration of every gesture, allows to show
personality. The gesture served instantly, always accidental, because it does not entail
and does not imply for a typical number..." (ibid.P.49).
A. G. Tires more precise definition of the language, moving away from
the concept of gesture. "Gesture is movement in time, painting-image
moment. So it is not available the image of even such a primitive
gesture, as a simple nod of the head. Or rather, no gesture is unavailable
painting: it can only "pose" -- resting and a moving subject"
(Tires A. G. Language portrait images // ibid.P.132).
Here there is even the term semiotics: "Interpretation of any
characteristic, including portrait, should be based on a kind of circle
"knowledge", which forms the special semiotics" (ibid.With.111).
Man is always in a world of symbols, seeing the necklace specify
in the world of luxury, in the anchor on the hat -- the world of the sea. A. G. Tiresoffers
classification characters, partly resembling the classification of Charles
Pier. For a portrait delineates these types of characters as a word,
a sign, an artistic hint. The word as a sign with a known value plays
portrait minimal role. Although the written word can play a special role.
Thus, in Russian icons can date an inscription made in Greek.
Boris Uspensky writes about such variants: "They are generally not designed for
understanding, but in the domestic, sacred (mystical) identification
i.e., the assertion of the ontological connection between the image and the name"
(Uspensky B. A., Semiotics of art. - M, 1995. P.230).
A. G. Tires emphasizes that the portrait may not be words
pronounced, and there is a word-gesture and mimic the word. However, once there is
a significant parameter of ambivalence that facial expression: "one and
the same smile can be just a symptom of fun, but can be (and often
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