In the late Republic, monumentality
and empire became intertwined at Rome, and this process became even more solidified in the early imperial period.
Engaging with 'flux'--identified as a key element of the novel by both Andrew Thacker and Jason Finch--in Howards End will help us better understand monumentality
and its relationship to form in the novel.
Moreover, its monumentality
relates to the neo-classical Town Hall and Museum, and, as such, completes the representation of the city and restores the democratic space of the Agora.
The author brings in newspapers, philosophy, art, and so many other aspects of Austro-German nationalism to build his case for how monumentality
was a part of the culture of the time.
With a strong central axis, both plan and cross section are symmetrical, contributing to a rather conventional interpretation of monumentality
This article also considers the changing nature of monumentality
reflected in the transformations effected at the site of the mausoleum, Purple Mountain (Zijin shan [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.
He assigned himself the task of photographing the major churches and abbeys of Great Britain and, working in a format as large as 14" x 18", wedded perfect technique with an unerring ability to choose the precise vantage point and lighting conditions that would best render the smallest details of architecture, convey a sense of monumentality
, and imbue his pictures with a Romantic spirit.
Castings: Monuments and Monumentality
in Poems by Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Lowell, James Merrill, Derek Walcott, and Seamus Heaney
A Dream of Stone": Fame, Vision, and Monumentality
in Nineteenth-Century French Literary Culture.
To me," Johnson once said, "the drive for monumentality
is as inbred as the desire for food and sex.
The retaining dock walls are made of granite laid in Hartley's distinctive Cyclopean style (irregular-shaped massive granite blocks dressed only on the facing surface) which adds to its monumentality
Georgia O'Keeffe's ability to reduce motifs to their essence, to interweave close-ups and distances, monumentality
and intimacy, became the distinguishing characteristics of her work.