from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A painter of landscapes.

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  • n. An artist who paints landscapes.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A painter of landscapes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A landscape-painter.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. someone who paints landscapes
  • n. someone who arranges features of the landscape or garden attractively


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  • Patrick James, a historical landscapist who has restored the Victorian gardens to its former glory, said: "It's a lost landscape … a whole designed landscape that's been forgotten."

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  • The landscapist — our visionary surrogate — ventures into the world, returning with scenes of faraway and inaccessible locales.

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  • Though her thesis was devoted to the eighteenth-century Frankfurt landscapist Johann Morgenstern, she began promoting contemporary German art.

    Rosa Schapire.

  • Claude Gellée was born in the Duchy of Lorraine but left around 1612 for Germany, then Rome, where he became a studio assistant to the landscapist Agostino Tassi.

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  • Award-winning Montclair landscapist Donna Grandé will be featured in an exhibit that opens with a reception this afternoon from 2: 00 - 4: 30 PM in the Plainfield Public Library's Anne Louise Davis Gallery.

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  • The artists here — among them Jan ­Porcellis, Ludolf Backhuysen, Bonaventura Peeters, Simon de Vlieger and Jacob van Ruisdael (nephew of the celebrated landscapist, Salomon van ­Ruysdael) — are not names you come across every day.

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  • Of J.M.W. Turner, whom he thought his day's finest landscapist, Hazlitt remarked that Turner "painted pictures of nothing, and very like."

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  • By the time Hearn left America for Japan, never to return, he had established himself as the premier verbal landscapist of his era and a prose stylist to rival Poe, whom he idolized.

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  • Brancusi's transformation from a neophyte realist to a visionary abstract sculptor was sudden; Mondrian's evolution from a quiet landscapist to what he called "neoplasticism" was gradual, methodical and arduous.

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  • In 1924, at the request of the Pro-Jerusalem Society and under the sp­onsorship of the Hebrew Union of Artists, the landscapist Reuven Rubin mounted a one-man exhibition at the Tower of David.

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