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ethereal

Chem of, containing, or dissolved in an ether, esp diethyl ether
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This gives them great weight and mass, which contrasts with the ethereality of the glass skin.
Like Van Gogh, Picot varies his mark-making and brushwork from one compositional element to the next, his odd combinations of ethereality and verve, observational sensitivity and fantasist imagination evoking the electrified landscapes of the Post-Impressionists, Fauves, and Nabists.
An otherworldly soulful blues imbued with a cosmic ethereality, producer David Hosten again weaving an intoxicating mix of the avant garde and classical around Christophers' hypnotic, sparse melodies and narcotic beats.
The lightness and ethereality of the transparent flanks contrast with the organic mass of the grass roof.
Backed by a sound track riffing on A-ha's "Take on Me," the video presents intermittent political, poetic, and philosophical statements superimposed over domestic items such as cups, bowls, and ashtrays twirling on turntables, shedding their ordinariness for ethereality in the hyperreal gloss of HD.
Carmelita asked us to bring our imaginations into play and visualize how Marie Taglioni first felt when she rose up on pointe and drifted "with superb ethereality in shimmering bourrees.
Hoffman's imagined world has a kind of ethereality, amongst which the key events which affect Greta have a resounding clarity, carving out the essence of life, love and especially loss.
And while the low positioning of these stacks within their compositions implies a state of gravity, the single row of cloud-bricks beneath them suggests a fundamental airiness and ethereality.
The Clannad-like ethereality of debut album Moonchild is here replaced by a more muscular approach: samplers, bass and electric guitar complimenting the pipes, whistle and fiddle, while Waiting For The Rain and Cathedral have an epic, romantic quality reminiscent of REM and U2.
Andachtsraum (Chapel), 2007, features a streamlined, contemporary church altar in front of a horizontal, louvered steel wall, suggestive of Louisa Lambri's photographs of the vertical louvers at Philip Johnson's Menil House minus the transporting ethereality.