Definition of seascape
1 : a view of the sea
2 : a picture representing a scene at sea
Examples of seascape in a Sentence
an artist known for her seascapes
Recent Examples of seascape from the Web
Many farm stalls now have baskets of ever-bearing seascape and Albion strawberries, which are perfect for late-summer shortcakes, or added to green salads for a touch of sweetness.
Other artists — all friends of Morse — finish out the creative crowd inspired by the classic depictions of saints and holy men and women, landscapes and seascapes, cherubs and angels, beggars and working men.
There’s room after room: landscapes, seascapes, portraits, abstracts, animals, flowers.
Picture the work of the cherished British painter Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), and turbulent seascapes and churning atmospheric effects most likely come to mind.
Anne’s story unfolds against the lush backdrop of Prince Edward Island: green meadows, budding white cherry trees, sparkling seascapes and dramatic cliff edges.
The exhibit, which this year includes paintings ranging from landscapes and seascapes to figures and still life, coupled with sculptures, has a rich tradition of being unthemed, in order to encourage artists to take risks with their works.
Sixty-eight calm, cool little oil paintings—of landscapes, seascapes, barns and cottages, and flowers—hang in big rooms on walls painted a warm white.
His eye for dramatic seascapes soon earned him deserved acclaim as a fine art photographer, Malloy said.
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Definition of seascape for English Language Learners
: a picture or painting of the sea
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