His etchings show the same realism, understanding of humanity, and creative imagination which mark all his work.
His ideas were as yet crude, but there was creative imagination in them.
It is the creative imagination in its unconscious form, restrained to its first phase.
In twelfth-century France the creative imagination was set free.
This form of the creative imagination, coming especially from sensation, aims especially at sensation.
No doubt the Romans were imitators; they had no creative imagination.
Therein lies his especial glory, and therein the immortal evidences of the might of his creative imagination.
Froebel would have greeted them as signs of creative imagination and "individual life" in the boys.
To what degree does creative imagination depend upon past experiences?
It preſents a living image of a creative imagination, or a power of inventing things which have no actual exiſtence.
"faculty of the mind which forms and manipulates images," mid-14c., ymaginacion, from Old French imaginacion "concept, mental picture; hallucination," from Latin imaginationem (nominative imaginatio) "imagination, a fancy," noun of action from past participle stem of imaginari (see imagine).