Kohler motioned to an intricate electronic device mounted beside the door.
Sneering up at them from the floor was the image of a skeleton-an intricately detailed, marble mosaic depicting "death in flight."
Gianlorenzo Bernini was celebrated for his intricate, holy sculptures of the Virgin Mary, angels, prophets, Popes.
As he drew near, Langdon recognized the work was pure Bernini-the intensity of the artistic composition, the intricate faces and flowing clothing, all from the purest white marble Vatican money could buy.
There are no more uses of "intricate" in the book.