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chromatic

 [kro-mat´ik]
1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.

chro·mat·ic

(krō-mat'ik),
Of or pertaining to color or colors; produced by, or made in, a color or colors.

chromatic

/chro·mat·ic/ (kro-mat´ik)
1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.

chromatic

[krōmat′ik]
Etymology: Gk, chroma, color
1 pertaining to color.
2 stainable by a dye.
3 pertaining to chromatin. Also called chromatinic.

chro·mat·ic

(krō-mat'ik)
Of or pertaining to color or colors; produced by, or made in, a color or colors.

chromatic 

Pertaining to colour.

chromatic

1. pertaining to color; stainable with dyes.
2. pertaining to chromatin.
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As the registral limits of section three are reached, the middle segment of range empties while the extremes become chromatically filled.
The morbid humor of Mes Transports, which is chromatically and thematically bleaker than her recent installations featuring soft, colorful materials ranging from mass-produced stuffed animals and toys to handmade weavings and pillows, has roots in Messager's early work.
He completed nine sets (arranged in chromatically ascending keys from C to A**) of six versets, each followed by a concluding Offertoire, Sortie, or Communion.
In the Middle of the Night, Something or Someone Is Under the Bed and I Decide to Look" is a wonderfully descriptive piece that consists of chromatically rising rhythmic effects within one long crescendo and accelerando.
Chromatically and conceptually darker, the works in Sahal's "trod'fibres" (Balances) series, 2012-, are more willfully figural, but also more abject.
These chromatically rich pieces, for which she remains best known, often involved playful collisions of the real and the fantastic.
Schachter considers how Ursatz elements can be delayed, chromatically altered, harmonized in unusual ways, or even omitted, and yet participate in the "explicit compositional discourse" (p.
The show's overcast pallor, then, also operated to chromatically reinforce romantic associations with brooding solitude and the literal and figurative blankness of an unmarked page, canvas, or wall as it circumscribes the empty, zero-degree inferiority of the white cube.
Notes can be continuously deleted backward, dragged chromatically or diatonically, assigned courtesy accidentals (without parentheses
Compositions of unevenly distributed, chromatically discordant vertical stripes summon another forebear, one less mentioned these days--Gene Davis.
As Zemlinsky's harmonic language became more chromatically enriched through the influences of Richard Wagner and Hugo Wolf (and, one suspects, his erstwhile student Schoenberg) he began to seek freer formal structures to accommodate harmonic parameters that were now likewise subject to his ongoing variational processes.
This application of chromatically redundant pigment is the single painterly gesture--the work is not so much about its own edge as about Bradley's assertion, or confirmation, of that edge.