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brush·stroke

 (brŭsh′strōk′)
n.
1. A stroke of a brush, especially a paintbrush.
2. An artist's characteristic manner of applying paint, as manifested in his or her finished works.

brushstroke

(ˈbrʌʃstrəʊk) or

brush stroke

n
a particular method of using a brush, esp as indicated by the mark it leaves
Translations

brushstroke

[ˈbrʌʃstrəʊk] Npincelada f
in broad brushstrokes (fig) → a grandes rasgos

brushstroke

brush stroke [ˈbrʌʃstrəʊk] n (= mark) → coup m de pinceau
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Great West Chrysler sponsors Brushstrokes for the Brave event on June 7
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That dynamism was echoed throughout the exhibition, attributable in part to the visible and directional brushstrokes that give D'Hollander's paintings the feel of sketches or studies but without making them seem rushed or merely gestural.
I also love to work with mixed media, often play with textures, use ink tense over acrylic or outline brushstrokes in Sharpie[R].
SUNSET at Montmajour has van Gogh's distinctive stubby brushstrokes and vivid colours but it's easy to see why experts were reluctant to accept it as his.
Summary: German artist Angelika Von Schwedes has taken possession of the Beirut Exhibition Center, usurping the white walls with an explosion of colors and brushstrokes.
BLWM nominates several different causes to support each year and Birmingham-based Brushstrokes is the current chosen charity.
BRUSHSTROKES AN art and craft winter fair runs at the Malt Kiln Farm Shop, Stretton-Under-Fosse, near Rugby, from Monday, until November 28.
The choice of color was wild but brushstrokes were contained within the enclosure of the dancers' bodies.
The largest canvas on display is a rainbow of suave pastel lilac and cobalt blues dipped in a sea of milk, its sometimes choppy brushstrokes calling to mind Cy Twombly's.
Saura's loose, whimsical brushstrokes and bold washes of color lend her paintings an instinctual, child-like spontaneity that belies her sophisticated command of composition, balance, shape, coloration, and line.