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a feast for the eyes

An especially attractive, pleasing, and/or remarkable sight or visual experience. His newest film has such lush cinematography that it is truly a feast for the eyes. He emerged from the tailor in a brand new designer suit, and I thought he was a feast for the eyes.
See also: eye, feast
References in classic literature ?
He said it was a feast for the eye as well as the palate.
It was marvellous, a feast for the eyes, this complication of coloured tints, a perfect kaleidoscope of green, yellow, orange, violet, indigo, and blue; in one word, the whole palette of an enthusiastic colourist
The result is peppered with full-page food photos and personal insights and revelations in a feast for the eye and mind, highly recommended for any interested in Japanese cuisine and life.
David McPhail's gorgeous paintings capture Lee's subtle celebration of multiculturalism, offering a colourful feast for the eye.
The large double page spreads are a feast for the eye, containing a large variety of information.
The FreshGround does not only tickle the sense of taste, but is also a feast for the eye and the nose.
The opulent Belle Epoche costumes are a feast for the eye, a delightful kaleidoscope of colour, sparkle, elegance and glamour.
Combining senuousness with a trainspotter's obsessive attention to detail, Heatherwick's voluptuous curves and kaleidoscopic colours are feast for the eye, hand and imagination.
It is, in short, a natural pageant of unusual richness, a feast for the eye and spirit in a time of unusual needs.
A sumptuous menu of pasta and seafood creates a feast for the eye as well as the palate in this intimate, elegant restaurant overlooking St.
The enormous attention to detail in the portrayal of all the different birds and animals means we have a real feast for the eye here.
It's a feast for the eye and for the table and began when Dorothy's daughters moved out and the space where the family cars had been parked was left empty.
From start to finish in glorious technicolour, the book is a magnificent feast for the eye.
A mix of experimental and classic theatre, with stark religious imagery, it is a feast for the eye, not least when the horses take to the stage.
A Feast for the Eye and Ear promises to be a spectacular occasion with exceptional entertainment.