How To Use iconolatry In A Sentence
- From the Rushmorean cover portrait of Bush (which over the headline 'An American Revolutionary' was such a brazen and transparent effort to recall George Washington that it was embarrassing) to the 'Why We Fight' black-and-white portraiture of the aggrieved president sitting somberly at the bedside of the war-wounded, this issue is positively hysterical in its iconolatry. "What kind of a maniac puts eagles in a Christmas tree?": James Wolcott
- The natives so embraced the pageantry and the promise of the new faith; and centuries later, testament to that Christian hegemony is the ubiquity of an iconolatry, none as dispersed into the bowels of urban and rural religious life as the icon of the Santo Nino.
- In this great struggle between the iconoclasts and the adherents to the use of the icons, the Athenians placed themselves on the side of iconolatry. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
- The author is quite serious when he calls Eastern veneration of icons ‘iconolatry.’
- From the Rushmorean cover portrait of Bush which over the headline "An American Revolutionary" was such a brazen and transparent effort to recall George Washington that it was embarrassing to the "Why We Fight" black-and-white portraiture of the aggrieved president sitting somberly at the bedside of the war-wounded, this issue is positively hysterical in its iconolatry. The Red Cross Knight
- For Fairey, the intent of art is to deconstruct this iconolatry.
- The essays in this collection identify and discuss several important points along these borders, paying particular attention to the issues of iconolatry, iconoclasm, obscenity, and the staging of judicial authority.
- Maritime historians are prone to iconolatry," says John Maxtone-Graham at the outset of "Normandie," a handsome and comprehensive look at the queen of France's maritime fleet in the 1930s. An Art Deco Palais on the Seas
- Israel's religion must be regarded as iconolatry even though it forbids images, since it insists on a personal, named God.