[be typical example] / [mark] / [typify]
1. This painting is typical example of his early work.
2. The quality of this painting typifies / marks his early work.
3. His early work is marked / typified by the quality of this painting.
The first sentence shows that his early work is for making the judgment that this painting is typical example. Also means that his early work decides which kind of painting’s qualities can be act as being typical example.
And when the verb of “mark”or “typify”are used like the second and third sentences, [the quality of] must make an accompaniment to the [this painting].
His early work typically has the quality of this painting.
And if his early work typically has some qualities, thus we can mark / typify them with these qualities, or his early work can be marked / typified by the qualities.
A typically has some qualities, and then these qualities can mark / typify A.
A typically has some qualities, and then these qualities are typical example of A.
These letters should provide us with all the information we need.
= These letters should provide all the information we need to go with us.
[accompaniment]--something which is used or provided to go with something else, especially in order to improve it
A green salad makes a good accompaniment unto this dish.
dance to the accompaniment of music
color pictures accompany the text
color pictures accompaniment unto the text
play a piano accompaniment
Our troubles are to the accompaniment of its beginning torain heavily.
Its beginning to rain heavily makes an accompaniment unto our troubles.
In addition unto our troubles, it began to rain heavily.
The dark nights are to the accompaniment of the bad weather coming.
The bad weather coming makes an accompaniment unto the dark nights.
With the dark nights comes the bad weather.