from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who paints in water colors.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who paints in water-colors.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a painter who paints with watercolors
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Veteran food writer Laura Martin 24 books over the past 30 years is a talented, enthusiastic "green" cook and gardener; on the evidence of the book's illustrations of fruits and vegetables, she is an accomplished water-colorist as well.
Because not only is Ron a painter, he's a water-colorist.
The most sympathetic and experienced water-colorist will find himself at fault with those amber-rose, orange-vermilion blushes, and those tender cloudings of yellow and green.
In this sense John Marin approaches real art because he is probably the most natural water-colorist in existence.
It was to the café that he would like to lead his young water-colorist with the portfolio of views from rural Missouri, or his last new poet with his thin little volume so finely flattened out between the two millstones of journalism and literature -- neither of which, alone, could have ground him out his grist in livable quantities.
And his fingers were gifted with a woman's touch in the sick-room, and an artist's grasp upon the pencil and the brush of the water-colorist.
The house is just across from the Burchfield Museum and museum Director Dick Wootten saw irony in that the fact that Burchfield worked as a water-colorist and the object of at least four of his major works was destroyed by fire.
This skilled water-colorist, captures the inherent mood of the subject, playing with the vital elements of light and shade sensitively and yet boldly, creating a work of art â€˜awashâ€ ™ with spontaneity â€œ.
A talented water-colorist, Galileo painted what he saw of the Moon in its various phases-and then moved on to show the existence of hitherto unknown sunspots as well as moons circling Saturn.