Examples of impressionist in a Sentence
a celebrated impressionist who can do enough rapid-fire imitations to populate an entire stage with characters
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The piece purportedly has something to do with Dr. Albert Barnes, whose impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modern paintings (not to mention a stray Bosch, a soup ladle, and other metal objects) hang in the adjacent galleries.
The textured charcoal drawings by Lilian Westcott Hale, once a student of the American impressionist William Merritt Chase, and a haunting trompe l’oeil watercolor by Claude Raguet Hirst (originally Claudine) are standouts.
Snapshot Megan Garber reviews a new documentary on the writer Joan Didion’s life: Didion is an essayist who is also an impressionist.
Five significant paintings by the legendary French impressionist are on exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Art and the neighboring Timken Museum of Art in Balboa Park.
The post-impressionist is known for his paintings and sculptures — many of which will be on display, along with ceramics, blocks of wood, engravings and drawings.
Dmitri Wright had a variety of artistic influences, all of them different in their approaches and their aesthetic: some straitlaced, some beatniks, some impressionists, some abstract expressionists.
The restaurant was a haven for boating enthusiasts as well as impressionists, providing them with colorful company in a picturesque setting.
However, Stork did consider impressionists for the roles.
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