Mannerism sentence example
- There is none of the mannerism of a long tradition, but a nobility pervades them which has no self-consciousness.
- For although there was at that time a recognized poetical style, already degenerating to mannerism, a developed prose style did not exist.
- This drama very early freed itself from the pseudo-classic mannerism which imposed on taste in Italy and France.
- He allows his taste for these tricks of style to degenerate into mannerism.
- His quiet unassuming mannerism can be very seductive . It's easy to look at Libra and sense the passion he keeps in check just below the surface of his calm exterior.Advertisement
- The elaborate treatment of the drapery enveloping these female figures suggests an approach to the mannerism of later times; this and other indications point to the probability that the balustrade was added in the latter years of the Peloponnesian War.
- He studied also the Bolognese painters and Giovanni Barbieri, and formed for himself a style with very little express mannerism, partly resembling that of Maratta.
- When therefore he, after the lapse of years, resumed his pen, the mannerism which he had contracted while he was in the constant habit of elaborate composition was less perceptible than formerly, and his diction frequently had a colloquial ease which it had formerly wanted.
- His voice is good, his enunciation distinct, and his delivery free from any unpleasant peculiarity or mannerism."
- The mannerism, which has been attributed to an imitation of Jean Paul, appeared to Carlyle himself to be derived rather from the phrases current in his father's house, and in any case gave an appropriate dialect for the expression of his peculiar idiosyncrasy.Advertisement
- Theocritus uses it so frequently in the Bucolics that it has become a mannerism.
- Too quickly it became a worldwide modem art mannerism, a style merely, lacking heart.
- We chatted a while but I couldn't get his odd mannerism out of my head.
- Trev now has to adopt Tasos's " no shoes " stage mannerism.
- Evidently his voice, language and mannerism were consistent with his looks; even the apparent non sequitur.Advertisement
- There is a great gap in style, though none in subject, between the really poetical prose of the first historian of the fifth crusade and the Latin empire and the awkward mannerism (so awkward that it has been taken to represent a "disrhymed" verse chronicle) of his follower.