It is as if falling under the king's single bullet were as much a privilege as sharing his space beneath the roof of the baldachin
At the same price was baldachin
, a brocade with woof of silk and warp of gold thread.
The ultimate fable of PR is Hans Christian Andersen's tale "The Emperor's New Clothes": the emperor parades naked under his baldachin
, and, thanks to the courtiers-critics, everyone admires his appearance until a child calls their bluff.
After we entered the church the doge sat in the place prepared for him at the right of the altar under a baldachin
, and then all the others in the order in which they were seated in the chapel of St Mark.
From then on, the president had a special pew reserved for him, distinctively ornamented and covered by a baldachin
, or canopy.
With a mixture of lyricism and subtle irony, Hauser can, indeed, make those erotic moments quite seductive: "Yes, the good life was bringing out the best points in her boy, she marveled, comparing figures as they swayed nude in the triple mirror: 3 J's, 3 V's under a baldachin
borne by a fat cherub" (59).
Among the 200 works is the 18th-century oil Our Lady of Cocharchas Under the Baldachin
, originating from Peru.
Home," a baldachin
of transparent silk shaped like a house, one that could be folded up and packed into a suitcase if desired.
Beginning, then, once more with several of the many examples that exist in early Italian art, the third category of representations featuring an arcuated baldachin
, this one including both narrative scenes and iconic depictions, consists of images stressing the idea of enthronement.
Reservations about the theory that makes the early winged retable a direct descendant of the reliquary altar lead him to give equal importance to another type of retabular structure: the baldachin
altar, in which a single figure or sculptural group is showcased in a shrine cabinet enclosed by folding wings.
A "Shah Jahani" column was developed, and a European type baluster column and baldachin
decorated the throne in the Delhi public audience hall.
Amid a plethora of gemstones set into a gold ground, an elegantly carved representation of the dormition of the Virgin appears on an ivory plaque imported from Constantinople, with an ornate domical baldachin
framing the figures.