Examples of still life in a Sentence
an exhibit of still lifes
She prefers portraiture to still life.
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The hurricane center says the storm is still life-threatening with dangerous storm surge, wind and heavy rains.
Don Burchett, figurative and still life oil paintings.
Spheres from Areo and white bronze Robert andirons from Lyle and Umbach create a shimmering still life in the nonworking fireplace.
Her characteristic form is the still life, a study of juxtaposed shapes and colors, almost always unpeopled.
Biallas wanted to bring reproductions of the frescoes to accessible venues, still life-sized, but placed down low where people could appreciate the artistry and take pictures of them.
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.
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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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