Definition of chromatic
Examples of chromatic in a Sentence
the strikingly chromatic paintings of Matisse and the other Fauvists
Recent Examples of chromatic from the Web
Getting glam ready inside one of the Beekman Hotel's turret penthouse suites, 10 stories above Lower Manhattan, Ferguson began by brightening and sculpting her freckled complexion with a veil of Glamglow's chromatic Gravitymud Firming Treatment.
And look at Sho (Philip Zhao) and Daito (Win Morisaki), two characters who are far more mono-chromatic in the novel.
To unify the images as a series, each person was assigned a particular color for their wardrobe, which, on its own was complementary to the subject, but when viewed across each cover, contributed to a vibrant chromatic spectrum.
Grotjahn's geometric abstractions employ disjointed vanishing points, the kind originally invented to create a convincing figurative illusion but here swallowing up visual energy as if some vividly chromatic black hole.
The school’s approach to music was hidebound, but Debussy wanted to reinvent it, creating shimmering, chromatic sound pictures based on unusual scales and chords.
Perceived as an example of process art, which emerges from its own method of making and the physical properties of materials used along the way, Kaneko's ode to chromatic joy is the result of a rarefied studio practice.
Perhaps to show how black and white and all the grays that divide them can function not only as chromatic and stylistic choices, but also as reminders of our current cultural moment.
Makeup kept to the classics of glowing skin and catwalk-worthy liner, though red lipstick worked its way into more chromatic sartorial displays.
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Origin and Etymology of chromatic
CHROMATIC Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chromatic for English Language Learners
music : of or relating to a musical scale that has all semitones
medical Definition of chromatic
- chromatic perception
- chromatic stimuli
- chromatic substances
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