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karikatura [ ženski rod ]

U književnosti, naročito u likovnim umetnostima, prvenstveno u slikarstvu: veoma razvijen način prikazivanja neke ličnosti, nekog događanja ili predmeta, u kome se karakteristične osobine namerno toliko preuveličavaju da celina, i pored sličnosti, izaziva osećanje smešnoga; fig. nakaza, nagrda, rugoba, nakarada, ruglo. (ital.)

caricature [ imenica ]
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ETYM Italian caricatura, from caricare to charge, overload, exaggerate. Related to Charge.
A representation of a person that is exaggerated for comic effect; SYN. imitation, impersonation.
In the arts or literature, an exaggerated portrayal of an individual or type, aiming to ridicule or otherwise expose the subject. Classical and medieval examples of pictorial caricatures survive. Artists of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries have often used caricature as a way of satirizing society and politics. Notable exponents include the French artist Honoré Daumier and the German George Grosz. In literature, caricatures have appeared since the comedies of Aristophanes in ancient Greece. Shakespeare and Dickens were adept at creating caricatures.
Grotesque drawings have been discovered in Pompeii and Herculaneum, and Pliny refers to a grotesque portrait of the poet Hipponax.
Humorous drawings were executed by the Carracci family and their Bolognese followers (the Italian “eclectic” school of the 16th century). In 183Charles Philipon (1800–186founded in Paris La Caricature, probably the first periodical to specialize in caricature.

cartoon [ imenica ]
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ETYM French carton (cf. Italian cartone pasteboard, cartoon); from Latin charta. Related to card.
A film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence; SYN. animated cartoon.
A humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine; SYN. sketch.
Humorous or satirical drawing or caricature; a cartoon strip or comic strip; traditionally, the base design for a large fresco, mosaic, or tapestry, transferred to wall or canvas by tracing or pricking out the design on the cartoon and then dabbing with powdered charcoal to create a faint reproduction. Surviving examples include Leonardo da Vinci’s Virgin and St Anne (National Gallery, London).

cartoonery [ imenica ]
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grimace [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, prob. of Teutonic origin; cf. AS. grîma mask, specter, Icel. grîma mask, hood, perh. akin to Eng. grin.
A contorted facial expression; SYN. face.

drollery [ imenica ]
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ETYM French drôlerie. Related to Droll.
A comic incident or series of incidents; SYN. clowning, comedy, funniness.
A quaint and amusing jest; SYN. waggery.
Drollness; comic show; jest.

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