Definition of Landscapist. Meaning of Landscapist. Synonyms of Landscapist

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Definition of Landscapist

Landscapist
Landscapist Land"scap`ist, n. A painter of landscapes.

Meaning of Landscapist from wikipedia

- shows an actual view in the Alps, with additional elements. Several landscapists are known to have made drawings and watercolour sketches from nature...
- "The Master Landscapist" is a 1990 Donald Duck story by Don Rosa, first published in Sweden in Kalle Anka & C:o #1990-46. It is the first story Don Rosa...
- Italy. Richard Wilson (1714–1782) is arguably the first major British landscapist. Although more notable for his Italian scenes, he painted several Welsh...
- individual who was greatly influenced by Zen teaching. He was an expert landscapist, but also excelled at human figures. During the late 16th century, he...
- Question but One (1990), The Landscape is behind the Door (1994) and The Landscapist he translated (2008), as he did Arthur Rimbaud (Illuminations), Max Jacob...
- English artists with the highest modern re****tions were mostly dedicated landscapists, showing the wide range of Romantic interpretations of the English landscape...
- Portrait painting Genre painting or scenes of everyday life Landscape (landscapists were the "common footmen in the Army of Art" according to the Dutch theorist...
- and understood, free of any rules of composition. For Ruskin, modern landscapists demonstrated superior understanding of the "truths" of water, air, clouds...
- Eberhard Werner (8 August 1924 – 23 September 2002) was a German artist and landscapist. Eberhard Werner was born in Glogau/Schlesien, the son of Friedrich Werner...
- landscape, including seascapes, battlescenes, cityscapes, and ruins (landscapists were the "common footmen in the Army of Art" according to Samuel van...