Soulages's "beyond black" calls to mind
the gnostic paradox of an unconscious self that is of the same fundamental substance as the Godhead, while the blackness that is inseparable from it remains the fundamental substance of the alien world into which it is blindly thrown.
That career are certainly calls to mind
Herman Melville, who lost his public once he stopped writing traditional seafaring yarns and started cranking out strange novels such as Moby-Dick.
The language calls to mind
the enthronement psalms, which celebrate the majesty of God's reign, received with joyful singing by the people of God and by the whole of creation (Psalms 93, 95-99).
Sunglasses, Vierwaldstattersee, 1936: This striking image calls to mind
the collector's own spectacles.
Smith comments: "What is quoted is only a tag that calls to mind
a longer speech.
Resembling a hairy snowman, this intricate shape has a convoluted border of loops and curlicues that calls to mind
the extravagant ornamentation of baroque designs.
For graphic designers, the library's long list of fonts calls to mind
the modern roots of typography.
Her gaze, like Sydney's, is arresting, and calls to mind
WPA-era farmer portraits.
Wamble's vocal phrasing on the lead track, a lament for peace titled ``If I Live to See the Day,'' calls to mind
the limber singing of Kurt Elling.
With its clever, tuneful score and its unexpectedly sophisticated treatment of what could become crude burlesque, The Full Monty calls to mind
such underrated original musicals as Carol Hall's The Best Little Whorehouse in Texans and Cy Coleman's The Life.
However, despite the president's assurances that the two sites were attacked "because of the imminent threat they presented to our national security," subsequent reports suggest a pattern of official obfuscation that calls to mind
Clinton's cagey grand jury testimony.
The appearance of the second volume of Paul Grendler's uncorrected and reprinted essays in the Variorum series calls to mind
Sir Ernst Gombrich's famous inversion of an old cliche: "the maxim should read only where there is a way is there also a will.