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tonalist

a composer who pays special attention to the tonal qualities of music. See also art.
See also: Music
a painter who pays special attention to qualities of tone or tint in his work. See also music.
See also: Art
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Lane's End Farm in Kentucky is home to stallions Candy Ride, Tonalist and Honor Code.
Those of the Pennsylvania impressionists include romantic realist Daniel Garber (1880-1958) who created "A Wooded Watershed," the largest painting in the museum and works by American tonalist William Langson Lathrop (1859-1938), the "grandfather of the New Hope Art Colony," who invited his students and colleagues for Sunday afternoon tea at his home, creating a sense of community.
Among the offerings are the works of such artists as Dutch painter Josef Israels (1824 - 1911), a prominent Hague School tonalist known for his historical, landscape and religious themes, as well as "The Alpha and Omega" Old Master painting, of Edwinsford Collection provenance, which depicts the prophet Isaiah reading a Hebrew scroll while flanked by cherubs.
Coral: 5-6 American Pharoah, 7 Honor Code, Tonalist, 10 Gleneagles, 12 bar.
California Chrome, who won two legs of the American Triple Crown, the Kentucky Derby and Preakness (G1) finished fourth to Tonalist in the Belmont (G1) last season before he ended the year victoriously, by comfortably landing the Hollywood Derby (G1) at Del Mar in November.
Racing needs its superstars but there's no way I'll be backing a horse who hasn't won since May, lost the Belmont Stakes to Tonalist before being annihilated by Belmont befor Bay Pe Bayern in the Pennsylvania Derby.
He was irked Belmont winner Tonalist didn't run in either of the first two legs of the Triple Crown.
Early in his career, Folinsbee painted in a tonalist style, with an interest in light and atmosphere that grew directly from his time with Harrison and Carlson in Woodstock.
nineteenth century tonalist painting with its subdued, misty light.
A History of American Tonalism: 1880-1920 is a weighty reference and the first definitive account of the Tonalist movement that changed American art around the early 1900 era.
Widely popular and collected at the time, many tonalist painters were forgotten by art history, writes Cleveland, in the fad of modernism that followed the Armory show of 1913.
Although the avant-garde often dismissed his works as pastiche echoing every late 20th-century tonalist, Maw persisted.