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the position of a page of paper in which the longer margin is horizontal.
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Among the soldiers on both sides of the conflict were several prominent artists, including the landscapist Gifford, who served in the Union army, and Conrad Wise Chapman, who served the Confederacy.
painting comes from a later painter, the Yuan landscapist Ni Zan.
SUYDAM offers a catalog and history of the works of an American landscapist known for his luminist paintings.
Poelenburgh, an hilariously inept painter of nudes, was amiably allowed to paint them in a similar collaborative venture with Jan Both in The Judgement of Paris (London National Gallery), although Jan Both, primarily a landscapist, was also a more gifted figurative painter than Poelenburgh.
He also discusses the work of landscapist Sir John Evelyn of Wotton, farmers, landowners, laborers, the estate management of the Brays of Shere, and literary and artistic inspiration found there.
Other reviews make similar observations: an anonymous New Yorker reviewer says Millhauser "records the imaginative life with the luminous strokes of a landscapist and the draftsmanship of a mapmaker" (99).
an American landscapist who was influenced by the Hudson River School.
He liked three oils in particular, and by the time the exhibition closed had chosen Carson's Men (1913), a luminous painting of fur trappers riding into unknown territory that, one contemporary critic thought, revealed in Russell the "inborn poetic feeling of the true landscapist.
Blenheim is the best example of Capability Brown's genius and Rousham is the only surviving unaltered example of the earlier landscapist, William Kent.
The walk-ways, fountains, and most of the fruit trees were kept from the original kitchen garden by landscapist Alain Richert, an expert in medieval gardens.