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Besides the fact that Flaminio portrays the Dawn's conveyance as "dewy" (roscidas) rather than "frosty" (pruinoso), this is an altogether more engaging portrait of the goddess as the embodiment of refulgence, and it seems to be a direct reply to Ovid.
A glass goblet is plunged ups ide down into a glass ice-bucket: glass with all its refulgence, within glass; also brightly contained by, and shadowily containing, the ice-water.
Who could forget his recent triumph in New York, when, in 1992, vastly amplifying a Guggenheim installation of 1971, he transformed Frank Lloyd Wright's rotunda into a neo-Gothic chapel in which a sky-bound column of immaterial pink light was surrounded by a spiraling refulgence splendid enough to provide a setting for his wedding, on June 25?
Michele Pertusi may have lacked Pape's vocal refulgence and conventional sex appeal, but he had his own kind of coarser, more authentically Latin charm, and was far more convincingly the plebeian underdog with a simmering longing for liberta.
The refulgence shines upon and into the creature, and is reflected back to the luminary.
Wordsworth describes here the great intensity, the refulgence, of the positive emotions and affectively charged perceptions of early childhood.
Artists are persons who resisit facile assimiliation and false prophecies, truncated versions and quick-fix solutions; persons who, in fact, delight in the messy, warm refulgence and inexhaustible reformations from which their particular will to order arises.