three-quarter view

three-quarter view

A view of an object which is midway between a front and a side view.
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The most compelling has a wide-stanced president facing the camera in three-quarter view, his right hand firmly gripping the ornate wooden frame that cradles a globe so large it is mounted on wheels; with his left thrust into his pants pocket to hold open his satin-labelled morning jacket, TR's chest is on prominent display.
Maltby reviews the history and students compile their lists, we review both the full and three-quarter view portrait studies, using a step-by-step breakdown.
Many also detected a slight influence of Ford styling in the rear three-quarter view which is no bad thing.The front end, however, is instantly recognisable as a Kia with that distinctive tiger-nose grille.
We observe that the right side contains the normal features of the three-quarter view, but the left does not contain the expected foreshortened profile, instead we see the full-faced view.
This second face is a three-quarter view of the same girl, this time looking vaguely melancholy.
3), the earliest known Italian portrait to employ a three-quarter view. Christiansen, rightly I believe, dismisses the idea that Castagno must have borrowed this pose from northern prototypes.
Especially from the rear three-quarter view, it looks nice and sleek unlike other booted hatches.
* Display a full-length (head-to-toe), three-quarter view of the member (left shoulder forward).
The portrait has a man in his 30s, dressed in black and posed in a three-quarter view.
Visual orientations that show more than one side of an object, such as a three-quarter view, prove especially useful in assessing static items, such as those in photographs, she noted.
In his "implied self-portrait" of 1867-1868, Manet painted Emile Zola with the bold features of his bearded face, in three-quarter view, set off against a black jacket and dark background.
Also, although titled as such, the renderings are seldom profiles as the aircraft are usually presented in a three-quarter view. Thus, fuselages are elongated, tails squashed and reduced, and the drawings come off looking more like wallpaper designs for a child's bedroom than the serious depiction of important warplanes described in the text.