Examples of still life in a Sentence
an exhibit of still lifes
She prefers portraiture to still life.
Recent Examples of still life from the Web
Each one is as sober and strange as a Morandi still life, and an antidote to an art world lately beholden to spectacle.
The collection includes portrait and still life paintings, sculptures and signs, many of which were created during times of political and social turmoil as the United States continued to develop as a nation.
For starters, Gasparotto said, note the extraordinary way the basket and its contents are rendered in still life.
The early still life of 1865 that was donated by Mary Johnston is arguably the most important early painting of Cézanne.
Don Burchett, figurative and still life oil paintings.
Her characteristic form is the still life, a study of juxtaposed shapes and colors, almost always unpeopled.
Orchestrating the perfect coffee still life—a gorgeous cup positioned just so, a tiny spoon resting gracefully against a saucer, flakes from a buttery pain au chocolat littering a rough-hewn wood table—is pretty much a social media rite of passage.
The hurricane center says the storm is still life-threatening with dangerous storm surge, wind and heavy rains.
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First Known Use of still life
STILL LIFE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of still life for English Language Learners
: a painting, drawing, etc., of a carefully arranged group of objects (such as flowers and fruit); also : the art or activity of making still lifes
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