Definition Of illumination
these books form the most sustained analysis and illumination of the subject
lighting or light.
higher levels of illumination are needed for reading
the art of illuminating a manuscript.
The portrait miniature seems to be a development of two older traditions: the medieval illumination of manuscripts and the Renaissance portrait medal, which was itself a revival of a classical form.
Example Of illumination
A third of the light generated by street illumination goes straight upwards, which is a terrible waste and of no benefit to anybody.
Above our table were small, hanging lights whose subtle illumination was overpowered by the streetlights, a reminder of the restaurant's location.
An entire show had been cancelled and the theatre hall spruced up with translucent blue illumination and coloured-halogen lights that danced to the music on smoke screens.
And then, with our mind made impassible and spiritual, we shall participate in a spiritual illumination from him, and in a union that transcends our mental faculties.
Before his illumination , Rousseau's thoughts had turned incessantly upon his relation to his fellow men.