convex mirror

con·vex mir·ror

a spheric reflecting surface that constitutes a segment of the exterior of a sphere.
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Hester looked by way of humouring the child; and she saw that, owing to the peculiar effect of this convex mirror, the scarlet letter was represented in exaggerated and gigantic proportions, so as to be greatly the most prominent feature of her appearance.
Self-portrait in a convex mirror (1975), Where shall I wander (2005) y
Viewers were so enthralled by its convex mirror that direct citations of this mysterious artefact had become something of an artistic cliche by the time of Mark Gertler's Still Life with Self-Portrait (1918).
The collection of his poems, "Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror," (http://www.
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3,2014 New York Magazine article, art critic Jerry Saltz called Parmigianino's Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror, possibly the first "selfie" ever created.
The handheld convex mirror aided artists by reflecting a distorted image of reduced colors and simplified forms.
Designer Christopher Guy showcased his new collection at the prestigious Maison and Objet Asia earlier this year, and this Aube Convex mirror is definitely what you should get your hands on
As you look up, you'll see the convex mirror that was always in the corner.
An artificial star was created by reflecting the beam of a helium-neon laser located near the telescopes off a small, convex mirror located about 50 feet (15 meters) away.
For the Walking Weekend she will lead a group on a two-hour walk using a Claude Mirror - a black-tinted convex mirror traditionally used by artists to help paint landscapes - to reflect on people's relationship between the landscape and artists' depictions of it.
His gazing ball on a stand (actually a 1920s arms shell) is a steal at $45, as is the 1940s sunburst convex mirror, the height of chic in 2012.