Did you mayhaps mean watercolors?
- n. Plural form of watercolour.
“A well-known miniature-painter, Craig became drawing-master to Princess Charlotte of Wales, miniature-painter to the Duke and Duchess of York, and painter in watercolours to the Queen.”
“When comparing a colour test pattern on a notebook screen with the same image on the Asus LS221H LCD the comparison could be described as watercolours versus oil paints.”
“By the end of her career, she was publishing books on poetry and having shows of her watercolours.”
“Small scale watercolours painted for an ongoing project.”
“(Hard to argue with that, actually: the most destructive war in history, the Holocaust, the humiliation and division of Germany, second-rate watercolours ... the list goes on and on.)”
“The drawings, watercolours and prints have been displayed using the same chance procedures that played an important role in Cage's work as a composer.”
“They stay there for the status, but when they want one of my watercolours they needle me for a 10% discount," she said.”
“Even when the academy did admit watercolours to its exhibition walls, it did so grudgingly, crowding them together in dark corners where they appeared to sulk.”
“Oh, watercolours – the ideal medium for everyone (especially those of us with little patience!)”
“When we hosted the Games in 1948, Britain "medalled" – a styling mercifully not in use at the time – in the oils and watercolours contest.”
Looking for tweets for watercolours.