scene painter


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Noun1.scene painter - an artist specializing in scenic subjectsscene painter - an artist specializing in scenic subjects
painter - an artist who paints
2.scene painter - a painter of theatrical scenery
painter - a worker who is employed to cover objects with paint
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scene painter

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With its wonderful old buildings and mill race and pond, it is no wonder that the actor, dancer and scene painter Fred Storey, who lived there up until his death in 1917 (when it was also known as Sleepy Hollow), used it as a set for his silent film of Washington Irving's Rip Van Winkle which came out in 1914.
Trivia: Married to scene painter and set designer Mary Pickard.
I don't like to be called a 'regionalist' or 'American scene painter,' or, as Life magazine called me, 'painter of the Dust Bowl," proclaimed Hogue even as he urged farmers to cooperate with federal soil conservation efforts.
Although he began as a scene painter for the theater, he emerged with a distinctive voice as an independent artist in Venice in the 1720s, and his early paintings remain the most consistently interesting.
The son of a Birmingham blacksmith, Cox began his artistic career as a scene painter, and was largely self-taught in the craft of watercolour painting on which he built his reputation.
The American Scene painter, Grant Wood, offered his take on a classic story from American history in the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (1931).
Regional artists have been supported by the centre, including local scene painter Abdul Qadir Al Rais, former UAE military designer Osama Yousuf and Emirati artist Jalal Luqman.
In 1818, he was laid off from his job and was taken on as a full-time scene painter.
He has also been a stage manager, sound technician, lighting technician, scene painter and prop maker.
By 1818 Roberts had become an assistant scene painter in a minor Edinburgh theatre, fairly rapidly graduating to principal painter in leading Scots theatres.
His wife is a scene painter and designer, but her work is sporadic.
It was one of those patrons who may well have been responsible for the inclusion of the first name of a scene painter in a London libretto, Marco Ricci (1676-1730); his name appears as "Signor Marco Rizzi of Venice" in Grimaldi's 1710 libretto for L'Idaspe fedele that opened on 23 March.