watercolourist


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Noun1.watercolourist - a painter who paints with watercolorswatercolourist - a painter who paints with watercolors
painter - an artist who paints
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watercolourist

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MILL MAN: The late Tony Haigh who was captivated by old mills, and watercolourist Jeff Beaumont (below) who is still producing work
ROYAL PAINTBOX (10:35pm FTV1) PRINCE Charles' skill as a watercolourist is well known, but here he opens the family archives to art work done by generations of Royal artists, stretching from Mary Queen of Scots all the way down to the Queen's neice, Sarah Armstrong-Jones.
Louisa Anne, Marchioness of Waterford, was a gifted amateur watercolourist with an interest in the welfare of the tenants on the estate, and rebuilt the village.
His sister Veronica, a garden designer, and her lover Kitty, a watercolourist, have already moved to the Cevenol, and his appearance interferes with their tranquil arrangements.
Other artists more tenuously linked to the Brotherhood include the marvellous watercolourist George Price Boyce (he forms a link with the Birmingham artist David Cox, who encouraged him at the outset of his career) and the critic John Ruskin, who championed the Pre-Raphaelites and famously lost his wife to Millais, but whose own achievements as an artist in watercolour have been largely taken for granted.
The watercolourist added: "Vettriano is a master of composition and his works are pieces of theatre.
Despite his criticism of its 'unmanly' aspect, Van Gogh was a keen watercolourist.
A society member for more than 50 years, Pat, who lived in Almondbury, was a past president and accomplished watercolourist and oil painter.
BrushStrokes WATERCOLOURIST Trevor Boult is exhibiting in the Reading Room at Berkswell from next Saturday until August 28.
A plan to auction the prizes to raise even more funds foundered when Kelso Races king Johnny Jeffreys recalled how helping Berwick auctioneer Jack Dudgeon bid up the work of a local watercolourist at a charity sale went expensively awry.
Running from January 31 till May 3, Sun, Wind and Rain - The Art of David Cox will mark the 150th anniversary of the death of the Birmingham born watercolourist (1783 - 1859) with the largest retrospective of his work in a quarter of a century.