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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Aquarellmalerin
akvarelist

watercolourist

watercolorist (US) [ˈwɔːtəˌkʌlərɪst] Nacuarelista mf
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Which illustrator and watercolourist is best known for his children's book illustrations such as 1906's Peter Pan?
PESHAWAR -- A noted watercolourist has an endless love for the old landscape of Peshawar walled city and at times his romance takes a nostalgic tinge that overwhelms even the beholders and brings back the past glory of the city.
ACCOMPLISHED watercolourist Graham Wilson will be coming to Loughborough to demonstrate his skills in painting glorious seascapes to Charnwood Drawing and Painting Club on Tuesday, July 23.
Girtin painted two virtually identical versions of St Paul's in about 1797, one of which is now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, each exhibiting his skill as a technical draughtsman as well as a watercolourist.
In what is a refreshing take on the Creek's old world charm, Martin Giesen, a UAE-based German watercolourist, is exhibiting his vast portfolio of works dedicated to the captivating waterfront, at the Majlis Gallery in the Al Fahidi historic neighbourhood next month.
1 watercolourist Alvaro Castagnet to kick off four-day fest from February 22
Until this Sunday only, there is a small exhibition of 14 works by the eminent English watercolourist, David Cox (1783-1859).
This magnificent watercolour is a tour-de-force of Turner's art and illustrates his virtuosity as a painter and watercolourist."
Another respected landscape painter is North Wales-based watercolourist William Selwyn, whose works reveal an equal fascination with the coastline of Gwynedd and the people who live and work there.
That was how Eugene Delacroix described the English watercolourist Richard Parkes Bonington, a close friend who died at the age of only 26 in 1828, leaving a body of work that was 'a type of diamond that flatters and ravishes the eye'.
1 The 150th birthday of the skilled printmaker and watercolourist is marked by the National Galleries of Scotland in a new exhibition starting today.