artist's model


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Noun1.artist's model - a person who poses for a painter or sculptorartist's model - a person who poses for a painter or sculptor
poser, model - a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor; "the president didn't have time to be a model so the artist worked from photos"
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FROM a professional nude artist's model with a pronounced stammer to a car fanatic with autism or a raver with the rare genetic condition Saethre-Chotzen syndrome, we follow them as they enter the world of blind dates and matchmaking.
Gavin Henson acted as an artist's model for over four hours
The first is Ronald Wright in Conversation at 2pm tomorrow when Rupert Smith will be talking to the spiritualist writer, gay magazine illustrator, celebrity portrait artist, author, artist's model and psychic medium.
Wing started her career as an artist's model before gaining a scholarship to the Croydon School of Acting at the age of 21.
Tilda, 51 - who lives with German artist Sandro Kopp and her 14-year-old twins Honor and Xavier, whose father is acclaimed writer John Byrne - said: "The position of artist's model is one in which I feel quite comfortable.
Among the discoveries was an Austrian artist's model of a rider on a horse, which was valued at up to pounds 1,000 by fine art director Jeremy Lamond, who is to carry out further research.
It tells the story of an 18th-century monk seeking to redeem himself for falsely imprisoning the artist's model as a heretic.
Among the central pieces of attraction at the exhibition are Constantin Brancusi's bronze sculpture "Mademoiselle Pogany II" and Pablo Picasso's "Tete de Femme, Fernande", which is one of the final bronze casts of the artist's model Fernande Oliver.
A artist's model of how the redeveloped Birmingham New Street Station will look.
It was really a planners' fantasy and never became more than just an artist's model.
Thompson claims that she was born in France in 1920 and worked as an artist's model, poet's muse, and international imagination consultant before arriving in Australia by hot air balloon in 1955.