portrait painter


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Noun1.portrait painter - a painter or drawer of portraitsportrait painter - a painter or drawer of portraits  
painter - an artist who paints
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portrait painter

nritrattista m/f
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I have turned portrait painter, since you were sent away for your health.
1723: Sir Joshua Reynolds, English portrait painter elected first President of the Royal Academy in 1768, was born.
Believed to have been born in North Wales, Wilson trained as a portrait painter in London for six years under Thomas Wright before travelling to Rome and Venice in the early 1750s.
Art critics remember him as a gifted and consummately skilled naturalistic portrait painter and known worldwide for his abstract work, which was inspired by Islamic calligraphy and was also influenced by the action painting movement of the 1950s and 1960s.
uk Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends, National Portrait Gallery, London (12 February - 25 May) John Singer Sargent's status as the great portrait painter of the late 20th and early 21st Century meant the great and the good flocked to pose for him.
The funnyman is captured on canvas wearing a banana suit by portrait painter Carl Chapple.
Farfone said Rhett also was a portrait painter who sketched her fellow actors on the set.
He was the most influential portrait painter to work in Britain during the 17th century.
AS a portrait painter of famous subjects, you are on a hiding to nothing.
1723: Sir Joshua Reynolds, English portrait painter who was elected first President of the Royal Academy in 1768, was born.
Following his heart and his actress friend, the "tragic muse" of the title, Nick forsakes his political career and marriage for the life of a portrait painter.
A Belgian master portrait painter, far in the past, discovers a young boy with a rare gift for drawing and painting.