Did you perhaps mean colorist?
- colour + -ist (Wiktionary)
“Although he disliked being described as a colourist ( "Everyone uses colour, don't they?" he once remarked), his pictures were almost always built up of thin, deeply saturated Expressionistic hues against which, he said, black skin looked better than white.”
“A mercurial scherzo and almost martial "allegro enfatico" showed off the BBCSSO's colourist skills.”
“Back home, Cadell, alongside his Scottish colourist contemporaries, no doubt struggled to translate pictorial techniques bred there to fit the murk of downtown Edinburgh.”
“I am not a fan of the colourist – too many nebulous blue gradients and unsure colour choices.”
“It seems the colourist may have missed the red on the left side of the book page? to match the bottom red piece of the cover?”
“But Sandby also uses his skills as a consumate colourist to show the differing textures of brick, stone, wood and foliage.”
“The giddy colourist is really a daring philosopher, the intimist a public man after all.”
“Wednesday morning I found a new hairdresser to love - I've had the same colourist for more years than I can count (she first did my colour in HIGH SCHOOL, although I have tried others in the interim, but not for the last six or seven years!), even though I have often lived more than four hours away from her!”
“Rimsky-Korsakov's phenomenal skill as an orchestral colourist shines out nowhere better than in the voluptuous, Arabian Nights-inspired Scheherazade, an all-time concert favourite and one that has charmed thousands of pairs of innocent ears into the earthly delights of classical music speaking as one ensnared by it early.”
“In these frescoes and in his Maria Immaculata in Trinità dei Monti 1829–30 Veit proved himself the finest colourist of the Nazarene artists”
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