Figurative may refer to:

  • Figurative art
  • Figurative language
  • Neo-figurative art

Other articles related to "figurative":

Tropological Reading - Application
... of the words of the Bible, may be either figurative or non-figurative for instance, in the Song of Songs (also called Canticles or Song of Solomon), the inspired meaning is always figurative ...
Autistic Art - Figurative Art
... Christophe Pillault and Donna Williams focus on figurative works with an emphasis on movement ... Mark Rimland is a self-taught American whose drawings and paintings are often figurative and feature people and cats ... and Donna Williams are autistic sculptors, both figurative artists ...
Acid Test (gold) - Figurative Meanings
... The figurative meaning of the expression, where it is applied to tests of character, or definitive tests to other materials, became popular during and after the California Gold ...
Menachem Gueffen - Career
... His work is figurative and primarily based on the figure of Woman ... and his style has been described as "figurative-expressionist." Gueffen is a listed artist in the Dictionnaire E ... Benezit describes his work as expressionist-figurative ...
... Neo-figurative art describes an expressionist revival in modern form of figurative art ... The term neo and figurative emerged in the 1960s in Mexico and Spain to represent a new form of figurative art ...

Famous quotes containing the word figurative:

    Church neglect
    And figurative use have pretty well
    Reduced him to a shadow of himself.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)