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A set of specified or traditional symbolic forms associated with the subject or theme of a stylized genre of art
The art or representation by pictures or images; the description or study of portraiture or representation, as of persons; as, the iconography of the ancients
The conveying of information by pictorial symbolism The study of icons
Pictorial material relating to or illustrating a subject
The study of representative art in general
The set of symbols and allusions that gives meaning to a complex work of art
{i} representation of ideas or meanings through visual images; study of such images
a readily recognizable image or visual symbol used to stand for a specific idea important to a culture or religion Christian iconography, for example, includes halos, a white dove and the cross In Judaism the star of David stands for Judaism and the State of Israel, while in Buddhism the lotus leaf is a symbol of enlightenment Iconography can also be found in advertising and popular culture
The study and the art of painting of icons In the Orthodox Church, iconography was developed mainly in the monasteries, which became the centers of its study and development See also the article on: ORTHODOX ART AND ARCHITECTURE Iconostasis (Gr "an icon-stand") In the Orthodox Church the term signifies: 1) the stand on which the main icon of the Patron Saint of the church is placed for veneration 2) The screen separating the sanctuary or altar from the church proper and adorned with various icons There may be two or three tiers of icons in an iconostasis, but the main tier must follow a certain iconographic form as following (from north or left side, to south): the icon of the Patron Saint of the church; of the Virgin Mary, of Christ, and of St John the Baptist See also the article on: ORTHODOX ART AND ARCHITECTURE Iliton (or Eiliton, Gr ) The silk cloth used to wrap the corporal (or antiminsion) -J-
The iconography of a group of people consists of the symbols, pictures, and objects which represent their ideas and way of life. the iconography of revolutionary posters. religious iconography. the way that a particular people, religious or political group etc represent ideas in pictures or images
the images and symbolic representations that are traditionally associated with a person or a subject; "religious iconography"; "the propagandistic iconography of a despot"
The pose, gestures, attributes, and symbols that serve to identify an image For example, the iconography of Shiva Nataraja usually includes a dance pose with one leg lifted and the other standing on a dwarf; an arm gesture pointing to his lifted foot; a small drum and firepot held in the hand; and a hand gesture with palm extended meaning "fear not "
The symbolic meanings of subjects and signs used to convey ideas important to particular cultures or religions, and the conventions governing the use of such forms
The expression of religious principles or doctrines using pictorial or symbolic images or icons; icons may serve as visual metaphors; a faith which favours this type of expression is called 'iconic'
iconology
iconographer
One who creates (religious) icons
iconographer
A maker of images
iconographer
{i} person who makes images or figures; iconography student; (Computers) proficient designer who brings icon design to art form
iconography

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    i·co·nog·ra·phy

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    aykınägrıfi

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    /ˌīkəˈnägrəfē/ /ˌaɪkəˈnɑːɡrəfiː/

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    [ "I-k&-'nä-gr&-fE ] (noun.) 1678. Medieval Latin iconographia, from Greek eikonographia sketch, description, from eikonographein to describe, from eikon- + graphein to write; more at CARVE.

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