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  • n. Plural form of landscapist.


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  • The qualities that had made the medium so useful to the landscapists of the golden age 150 years earlier – portability, cheapness, a certain tactful reticence – made it equally serviceable in a war zone.

    Watercolour at Tate Britain - review

  • The subjects of this period reveal little of the artist's later work; rather they read like the standard titles of a hundred Victorian landscapists - grey days, twilights, evening glows and moonrises.

    Arthur Wardle

  • No accident that England's two greatest painters, Constable and Turner, were landscapists.

    Bringing It All Back Home

  • While that might have evoked the sort of romantic, phony ruin beloved by 19th-century landscapists, the effect was mitigated by the funk of mildew in the air — and by a smattering of disheveled, sleeping patrons in an otherwise empty theater.

    Watch Like an Egyptian

  • Frank snatched photography from the landscapists and the fashion portraitists and concentrated his lens on battered transvestites, women in housedresses, and sunken mouths.

    Robert Frank's Unsentimental Journey

  • Eighteen oil paintings displayed in two wood-paneled and parquet-floored rooms on the second floor of the National Academy Museum on Fifth Avenue show Frederic Edwin Church, the most successful and ostentatiously skillful of mid-nineteenth-century American landscapists, to have been, when he let himself go in his quick on-site oil sketches, a dashing wielder of the brush.

    Love of Fact

  • To represent nature is the aim of all our best modern landscapists.

    Continental Monthly , Vol. 5, No. 6, June, 1864 Devoted to Literature and National Policy

  • In the winter scenes of E.W. Redfield one finds the sure touch of a master of the new and vigorous school of American landscapists.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition

  • Dwight W. Tryon, one of the older school of landscapists, who helped to break the way for the moderns and has kept up with them to a great extent.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition

  • Ben Foster, who stand well to the fore among the more vigorous landscapists.

    An Art-Lovers Guide to the Exposition


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