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  • noun A landscape dominated by a farm or farmland.


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farm +‎ -scape


  • Philadelphia Museum of Art For drawings, such as this farmscape, James Castle would use soot and saliva for ink.

    Images from a Life of Silence

  • Waits is sitting in the back room of a roadhouse near his home town of Santa Rosa, where the industrialised farmscape north of San Francisco starts becoming wine country.

    The Guardian World News

  • Her powerful piece, titled "Seeds," includes the parable "The Sower and the Seed" from the Gospel of Mark, entwined with a furrowed farmscape.

    The Fond du Lac Reporter Latest Headlines

  • There are also recent acquisitions and promised gifts to admire: a sulfurous early farmscape by Mondrian; a shimmering Bonnard still life from 1926; a blocky, abstract sculpture in cast plaster by Georges Vantongerloo, also from 1926; and Magritte's enigmatic "White Race," from 1937, which dissects a female bather, evoking both Picasso's monstrous paintings of Olga and his pneumatic treatments of Marie-Thérèse Walter.

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