Definition of Orientalist. Meaning of Orientalist. Synonyms of Orientalist

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Definition of Orientalist

Orientalist
Orientalist O`ri*en"tal*ist, n. [Cf. F. orientaliste.] 1. An inhabitant of the Eastern parts of the world; an Oriental. 2. One versed in Eastern languages, literature, etc.; as, the Paris Congress of Orientalists. --Sir J. Shore.

Meaning of Orientalist from wikipedia

- Orientalist may refer to: A scholar of Oriental studies A person or thing relating to the Western intellectual or artistic paradigm known as Orientalism...
- done by writers, designers and artists from the West. In particular, Orientalist painting, depicting more specifically "the Middle East", was one of the...
- extent China, began to displace the Levant as the primary subject of Orientalist research. By the mid-20th century, Western scholars generally considered...
- fils Many photographers and studios specialized in images with an Orientalist theme. Adia Algerian Moorish girls Aqua-Photo L.V.S....
- This is an incomplete list of artists who have painted in an Orientalist style. Artists listed on this page may have worked across multiple genres, and...
- tied to the imperialist societies who produced it, which makes much Orientalist work inherently political and servile to power. In the Middle East, the...
- An Orientalist depiction of cunnilingus by Achille Devéria...
- a term, often used pejoratively, to describe modern incarnations of Orientalist thinking. The term is generally found in academic literature to critique...
- Rosati (Rome 1857 – Rome 1917) was an Italian painter specialized in orientalist and academic scenes. Giulio Rosati was born in Rome in 1861 into a family...
- the context of 19th-century Christian European Oriental studies. Some orientalists[who?] praised the religious tolerance of Islamic countries in contrast...