Throughout the years one can find, beneath the formal and expressive clarity, Brull's increasing concern of what he saw as a world in permanent deterioration.
They could be efficiently manufactured; but more important, those concrete plates also gave the design a formal clarity it had lacked.
As a result, his works stand out through their simplicity and their formal clarity, emphasizing the idea over lavishness of production.
But it all has a distinctive formal clarity and emotional directness that goes far beyond promise.
The impersonalism of Early Music has resulted in performances of unprecedented formal clarity and precision.
They have a stately beauty, a pure formal clarity that may have derived in part from Weston's influence.
Her photographic work has a distinctive formal clarity and emotional directness.
Two decades later, in 1955, he photographed a two-ended wrench with equally formal clarity.
While my guide was at pains to translate each call, his interpretation lacked the formal clarity I was hoping to hear.
This was neither the warmest nor the most charming Haydn imaginable, but it won the listener over with its precision and formal clarity.