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  • n. Plural form of landscape.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of landscape.


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  • Their painting is of stuffs, bricks and mortar, the grass of the fields, the shadows of trees, and bridges and rivers, which they call landscapes, and little figures here and there.

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  • Visual-effects artists later transformed them into the alien creatures and filled in landscapes and other details.

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  • So we spent many days and nights doing a lot of research finding the right objects such as furniture, buildings, bridges, certain landscapes, clothes, etc.

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  • And a couple of years ago, when he learned that Pierre Rosenberg, the former director of the Louvre, was organizing a show of Poussin landscapes for Spain, he arranged for the exhibition to come to New York.

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  • Often the reality of the connection of these landscapes is not fully realized, as many experience the transition between urban and rural settings within Mexico gradually; there is an intermediate stop along the way, or the transition is so harsh that instead of focused awe it begets mindless staring out of a car or bus window.

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  • Striking gallery of "unintentional cubism" in landscapes ravaged by earthquakes.

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  • It is the mists that make the magic of the backgrounds; yet even without them there is a strange, wild, dark beauty in Japanese landscapes, a beauty not easily defined in words.

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  • To this circumstance attending objects of taste is to be referred what is termed wild and irregular in landscapes, in contradistinction to the repetition of parts or uniformity spoken of below.

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  • The grain patterns suggest mountains in Chinese landscapes or leaping flames.

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  • Fascinated by perception, much of Swenson’s work contains key themes of how this human perception can be found in landscapes and wider contexts.

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