from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A woman who draws plans or designs, as of structures to be built.
- n. A woman who draws, especially an artist.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a woman employed in making drawings
- n. a woman exceptionally skilled in drawing
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Though he had a young son and wife in Matai, on the Kazakh steppe, he had fallen in love with Katya, the draftswoman at the NIPSMVO design bureau.
A draftswoman, Yekaterina Viktorovna Moiseyeva, rendered the drawings.
Yekaterina Moiseyeva, the draftswoman, appeared at his door.
Aviva Uri has become engraved in our memory as a woman who realized her life as an artist, a gifted draftswoman whose work touched the roots of her existence and influenced an entire generation of artists.
Before Hannah Wilke became Hannah Wilke, feminist provocateur with a camera and gum or ceramic vulvas in a range of sizes, she was a spirited, often wicked draftswoman.
One of the Biennial's pleasures is discovering emerging artists, and this time there will be plenty of them, including Aurel Schmidt, a draftswoman; Jesse Aron Green, a video artist;
Mrs. Matzen, 53, worked for 33 years as an architectural draftswoman but said she faced age discrimination in her search for a new job.
Sadie Gow, 88, served with Australian armed forces as a draftswoman in New Guinea in 1945 and she said modern dawn services were virtually unrecognisable from those of 30 or 40 years ago, when attendee numbers were negligible.
She's in the current group Etherton exhibition, and so is Alice Leora Briggs, an extraordinary draftswoman whose elaborate drawings are steeped in art history.
Hwang works plungers, tubes, blocks, tops, pencils and tricycles into formations like a true draftswoman.