The picture was never actually published, but an illustration based on the picture was.
Allman uses people in cars versus people in boats as an illustration.
One image looks like a Dr. Seuss illustration, showing a house perched atop a looming rock formation.
Insist that it's as clear an illustration of rape as you're going to see on cable TV—because it is.
Using a scalpel, Rowe cuts out portions of the illustration and then stands them up.
Let me take two or three simple instances by way of illustration.
He had for years been writing of family and social duties; here was his illustration!
Allowance should be made for this illusion in comparing fruit with illustration.
A glance at the illustration will make this plain, and also show how the wires are to be placed.
Page 561: reference to illustration of roughly reconstructed Gallic reaper: this illustration is not present in the original work.
c.1400, "a shining;" early 15c., "a manifestation;" mid-15c., "a spiritual illumination," from Old French illustration "apparition, appearance," and directly from Latin illustrationem (nominative illustratio) "vivid representation" (in writing), literally "an enlightening," from past participle stem of illustrare "light up, make light, illuminate;" figuratively "make clear, disclose, explain; adorn, render distinguished," from assimilated form of in- "in" (see in- (2)) + lustrare "make bright, illuminate," related to lucere "shine," lux "light" (see light (n.)). Mental sense of "act of making clear in the mind" is from 1580s. Meaning "an illustrative picture" is from 1816.