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the position of a page of paper in which the longer margin is horizontal.
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Cox went on to become one of Britain's leading watercolour landscapists.
Porcelain painting served him well, not for its exacting technique and judicious use of color alone but as back-up whenever he needed support to travel with other landscapists (Louis Cabat, Camille Roqueplan) and to paint the countryside around Serves and farming landscapes of Brittany and Normandy.
His experience of the French countryside was informed by his memory of the works of Jacob van Ruisdael, Aelbert Cuyp, and other 17th-century Dutch landscapists.
Mirei Shigemori: Modernizing The Japanese Garden is a welcome and respected contribution that will be of immense interest to professional gardeners, landscapists, horticultural experts, and non-specialist general readers with an interest in Japanese gardening and culture.
In this study of people and their built landscape, Mellin, an architect at McGill, shows that coastal Newfoundland is one of those interdisciplinary sorts of places where ethnographers, geographers, architects, landscapists, material culturalists, biographers, heritage conservationists and folklorists can easily rub shoulders.
But nothing can outdo the great disinterested feat of the landscapists of the 'Age of Tolstoy' in searching out what made Russia itself and bringing it to the eyes and consciousness oft its people.
The other is a thoughtfully researched scheme for an aboriginal settlement which is more in tune with the Neo-Bush aesthetic prevailing among current Oz landscapists.
The exhibition was particularly lucid in describing the relationship between the Dusseldorf triumvirate (Gursky, Struth, Ruff) and the US landscapists who preceded them (Shore, Robert Adams, Baltz).
This mix made him something of a maverick and a misfit in photography circles--even the landscapists did not ground their work in science as Porter did.
Amongst the Dutch landscapists who studied in Rome, Cornelis van Poelenburgh, though deficient in the draughtsmanship and intricate fantasy of his master Abraham Bloemaert, deserves cordial mention for his amiable comicality and massive, hilarious indecorum.