A picture designed to decorate a volume or elucidate a literary work.
A picture designed to elucidate and decorate a story, poem, or other piece of writing.
Refers to the pictures or diagrams in a book.
A drawing, photograph or other image designed to decorate or to clarify a text.
An image created by hand or on computer in the form of a drawing, cartoon, painting, etc. An illustration can provide a nice alternative to photography in some pieces. Skilled illustrators can turn boring charts, graphs, photos, etc., into striking and attractive graphics.
A drawing or photograph used for publication.
the meshing of words with images. There are two types of illustrations: tables and figures. Tables are rows and columns arrangements of words and numbers. Figures are everything else: graphs, photographs, drawings, and diagrams. (Back to Writing Guidelines)
in print advertising, any of a number of different drawings, sketches, diagrams, figures, photographs, or other representations that are a component of an advertisement.
A general term used for a drawing or an original work of art.
artwork that helps make something clear or attractive
a visual representation (a picture or diagram) that is used make some subject more pleasing or easier to understand
a design or picture in a publication or medium that explains the text or shows what happens in a story
a design, picture, plate, plan, diagram, chart, or map printed Pictures From These Books
a drawing that illustrates a concept or an idea
a picture that depicts or enhances a piece of text
a picture used to help explain something such as a story, poem, music etc
a visual representation, type, picture, design, symbol, emblem, or diagram, that are used to respresent or make some subject more pleasing or easier to understand
An art practice, usually commercial in character, that stresses anecdotes or story situations and stresses subject more than form.
A picture, drawing, design, plate, diagram, map, chart or the like that is printed within the text of the book. [Back to the Top
are the elements in a layout that include the ornamentation, photographs, and artwork.
Usually a drawing or a painting, but any graphic element created to illustrate a story, e.g. photos, chart, clipart.
Artwork, photography, or other pictures
The artwork used to describe, explain, or attract attention.
A drawing or picture meant to convey information.
A picture or diagram created to explain or clarify a concept. Illustrations can be conceptual, abstract or realistic.
The photograph or drawing used in a print advertisement.
Usually describes line art drawings, but can also be used to describe photographs and other illustrative artwork.
A design, picture, plate, plan, diagram, chart, or map printed within the text.
A work, which serves to explain text or a story. See the Illustration Forum.
An Illustration is a visualization such as a drawing, painting, photograph or other work of art that stresses subject more than form. The aim of an illustration is to elucidate or decorate a story, poem or piece of textual information (such as a newspaper article), traditionally by providing a visual representation of something described in the text.