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  • Born to a father who cartooned for Punch and a landscape-painter mother, Williams studied at the Westminster School of Art in London.

    'CHARLOTTE'S WEB' cover art snares $155K at auction

  • Out of this grateful devotion, Stifter became the greatest landscape-painter in literature ...: someone who possesses the magic wand to transform all visible things into words and all visible movements — the movement of the horse as well as that of the river or of the road — into sentences ....


  • The obtuse and single-minded landscape-painter never once perceived from her conversation that it was only Trewe she wanted, and not himself.

    Wessex Tales

  • Herein lies the vast privilege of the landscape-painter: he does not address you with one fixed particular subject or expression, but with a thousand never contemplated by himself, and which only arise out of occasion.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • If I am not totally devoid of taste, however, this young gentleman of Bath is the best landscape-painter now living: I was struck with his performances in such a manner, as I had never been by painting before.

    The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

  • The landscape-painter uses the figures of men to mark a road.


  • Sir Thomas Kobbly fancied himself as a landscape-painter and spent most of his time arguing techniques with Vann Larch, and Steven's tutor, Captain Rainer, was a normal space astrogator and found a kindred spirit in Sharll Renner.

    Space Viking

  • Leslie says of "the most original landscape-painter he knew," meaning

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 08, No. 47, September, 1861

  • _Wilkie Collins_, born 1824: he is the son of a landscape-painter, and is renowned for his curious and well-concealed plots, phantom-like characters, and striking effects.

    English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction

  • THE landscape-painter sat on a camp-stool with an umbrella over his head.

    The Nursery, September 1873, Vol. XIV. No. 3


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