Noun(1) a picture (or series of pictures
(1) Everything was static, like a museum diorama of a London street in some distant future.(2) Of the thousands of items in Kingston Museum, this diorama is one of my favourites.(3) Here's Deidre looking at a diorama , a model re-enactment of some kind of military engagement.(4) In 1845, for example, crowds flocked to a Parisian diorama devoted to simulating the experience of seeing St. Mark's in Venice.(5) To contribute to the three-dimensional quality of the diorama , the students add flowers and leaves by gluing small pieces of twisted and folded colored tissue paper to the background foliage.(6) There are also several halls that exhibit mining memorabilia, artifacts and pictures from the Ikuno mine, and a life-sized diorama exhibiting the steps involved in the refining of silver ores.(7) The actors and the scenery, sometimes represented symbolically, speak loudly to a similar diorama of wooden figures also standing on a round base in the adjacent room.(8) The Meteor Crater of Arizona will be highly featured in the hall with a scale model in a diorama .(9) Arguably illusionism was a taste diverted into the diorama , and thence ultimately into the cinema.(10) Behind the door is a three-dimensional construction, like a museum diorama .(11) The scene looks like a series of dioramas in an old-fashioned museum.(12) Commercial images of wild animals and displays such as the Museum's dioramas tend to depict a timeless Eden, where humans are literally out of the picture.(13) In addition to these and other monumental works of sculpture, Huff also created several sculptures and dioramas for the University of California Museum of Paleontology's exhibit at the Exposition.(14) The best photo subjects in museums are usually sculptures, dioramas (in natural-history museums), and overall room views.(15) Deller placed tiny video monitors playing re-enacted battles within three miniature historical dioramas , part of the museum's permanent collection.(16) The real wild animals hunted by Roosevelt and others had to be killed before they could be reconstructed through taxidermy and exhibited in the dioramas of America's museums.
1. cyclorama ::
2. panorama ::
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