Claude Lorraine glass
Definition of Claude Lorraine glass
: a convex hand mirror of dark or colored glass that reflects an image of diminished size and subdued color
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Origin and Etymology of claude lorraine glass
Claude Lorraine (earlier English spelling of Lorrain) pseudonym of Claude Gellée †1682 French landscape painter; from the similarity of the effects it gives to those of a picture by him
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