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Again, the extensional orientation must be contextualized, for precisionist accounts are not the norm in most communicative contexts.
It is not that all the artists were gay, but rather that they shared the exploration of gay identity by artists who were, but in variously open ways: Charles Demuth with celebrations of sailors that were not at all like his precisionist cityscapes, Marsden Hartley with his coded abstract tribute to his lover Karl von Freyburg in Berlin, Berenice Abbott photographing legendary figures such as Djuna Barnes and Janet Flanner in Paris in the 1920s, Paul Cadmus' flamboyant eroticism during and after World War II, the full visibility of photographers Robert Mapplethorpe and Nan Goldin.
Jane Austen reads with the eye of a precisionist and calls for correctness and exactitude.
No horse has swept the three races since Precisionist in 1984-85, and it probably will stay that way.
No other subject appears in their work with such precisionist regularity.
During a three-year period, from 1927 to 1929, she created the six major Precisionist paintings for which she remains best known: Pittsburgh, Blast Furnaces, and Queensborough Bridge (all 1927), Aeroplane and River Rouge Plant (both 1928), and Saint Bartholomew's Church (1929).
city, not only boasts more than 70 galleries, theaters, and art studios amid its 18th-century brick architecture, but also a museum dedicated to native son Charles Demuth (1883-1935), a Precisionist painter who explored his queer identity through art at a time when "gay" was rarely uttered.
That said, there are numerous genuinely poignant photos and stories, including a sprinkling of horses who have since died, particularly the multiple Grade 1 winner Precisionist, photographed the day before he was put down.
Joanne Galloway (Demi Moore) walks by, a precisionist rifle drill is being carried out.
2:126-27, 238, 247-49; Theodore Dwight Bozeman, The Precisionist Strain: Disciplinary Religion and Antinomian Backlash in Puritanism to 1638 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2004), 118.
and in many stories to follow is quite comparable to the minimalist or precisionist technique of "Hills Like White Elephants.