Definition of Portraitist. Meaning of Portraitist. Synonyms of Portraitist

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Definition of Portraitist

Portraitist
Portraitist Por"trait*ist, n. A portrait painter. [R.] --Hamerton.

Meaning of Portraitist from wikipedia

- Portraits and Philosophy. Routledge. Look up portrait, portraiture, or portraitist in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikimedia Commons has media related...
- The Portraitist is a 2005 Polish television do****entary film about the life and work of Wilhelm Br****e, the famous "photographer of Auschwitz", made for...
- Polish political prisoner and artist interned in Auschwitz, known as the Portraitist of Auschwitz for his portraits of other inmates. On December 1, 1942...
- were the subject of the 2005 Polish television do****entary film The Portraitist (Portrecista), which first aired in the Proud to Present series on the...
- Alfred Priest RP (5 August 1874 – 25 November 1929) was a British portrait painter. Priest was born in Harborne in the West Midlands. After graduating...
- 1965), also known as Sacha Newley, is a British contemporary artist, portraitist, writer and teacher known for his portrait paintings, including Gore...
- Street painting, also known as screeving, pavement art, street art, and sidewalk art, is the performance art of rendering artistic designs on pavement...
- photographic memorial. Br****e discusses several of the photographs in The Portraitist, a 2005 television do****entary about him. They became a focus of interviews...
- Keller was a prolific portrait painter. He was known as the "unofficial portraitist of the Yale faculty," completing over 160 portrait commissions for the...
- Thomas E. Stephens and Andrew Vicari had very successful careers as portraitists, based respectively in the United States and France. Welsh painters gravitated...