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- n. Alternative spelling of draftsmanship.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The office, art, or work of a draughtsman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See draftsmanship.
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He himself wished to be an artist - his gift for draughtsmanship is evident in his published works.
I have called draughtsmanship of this quality an inheritance -- I might have called it perhaps with better propriety a monument.
And to him more than any other painter is due the cultured draughtsmanship which is to-day the just pride of the French school.
Stanley Spencer for his paintings of allotments, David Hockney for his draughtsmanship, and baritone and conductor Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau for his attention to detail.
Lawrence's genius first showed in his draughtsmanship.
Just trying to absorb his draughtsmanship, his product designs, his paintings,sculpture and graphics!
It's the place where draughtsmanship meets cartooning that I love.
The cat is a product of particularly grand draughtsmanship, in which stripes and dots have been delicately assembled to produce a magnificently whiskered tabby.
I am Brazilian and i found your work very interesting, you is excellent, i would like asking for a draughtsmanship of Hayley Willians and one of Amy Wynehouse. thank you for the attention.
Along with reviving the portrait, Peyton has also brought draughtsmanship back into painting.