draughtman

draughtman

(ˈdrɑːftmən)
n, pl -men
(Professions) another name for draughtsman
References in classic literature ?
Here, Lavinia, rising to the surface with the last draughtman rescued, interposed, 'You never cared for George Sampson, Bella.'
Keesey (film and literature, California Polytechnic State U.) considers nine films by British filmmaker Peter Greenaway: The Draughtman's Contract, A Zed and Two Noughts, The Belly of an Architect, Drowning by Numbers, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover, Prospero's Books, The Baby of Macon, The Pillow Book, and 8 and a half Women.
After dismantling the walls, parapets and steps of the royal box, each block of stone has been individually numbered which, with professionally prepared draughtman's drawings, would allow any prospective purchaser to recreate it in original form.
The director, known for films such as The Pillow Book, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover and The Draughtman's Contract, is showing Tulse Luper.
460), as she works in several mediums and techniques like a draughtman, graphic artist and sculptor.
Donne's famous use of a draughtman's compass to describe his union with his wife in "A Valediction Forbidding Mourning" makes the compass a locus classicus for the constitutive reciprocity of gender at this time:
The programme for his concert, in which Nyman will conduct and play the piano, includes The Draughtman's Contract, composed for Peter Greenaway's most memorable film in 1983.