Definitions

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  • n. a critic of paintings

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Examples

  • The art critic of "The Times", Mr. Humphry Ward, had come to see an exhibition of Whistler's pictures.

    Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions

  • No doubt some art critic would find it primally raw and pulsing with vibrant youthful hostility, but to my unschooled eye it was just as David Krohnglass had guessed: of the emperor’s clothing genre.

    Over the Edge

  • The art critic of The Times, Mr. Humphry Ward, had come to see an exhibition of Whistler's pictures.

    Oscar Wilde

  • One New York art critic called their quilts “the most miraculous works of modern art America has produced.”

    It’s Your Time

  • This may seem strange, even ludicrous, but art critic Suzi Gablik has written a book calling for the “reenchantment” of art, arguing that art today has lost its soul, its magical potency.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • Mr. Silsbee was an amateur art critic and connoisseur, who often made himself serviceable to American travellers in the way of a gentleman-cicerone.

    The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne

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