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Definition of Intimist
1. a writer or artist who deals with deep personal experiences [n -S]
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Literary usage of Intimist
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Great French Painters: And the Evolution of French Painting from 1830 to by Camille Mauclair (1903)
"... a matured intimist; the other, J. de Nittis, who had a great name in ... and who was a subtle intimist, a painter of convents, of silhouettes of women ..."
2. Estimates in Art by Frank Jewett Mather (1916)
"But we should misunderstand the attitude of the great intimist toward the portraits and the groups representing motherhood if we imagined they were merely ..."
3. Biographical Sketches of American Artists by Michigan State Library (1912)
"... "The seer" "An interlude" "The critic" "Mr. Kendall is that somewhat rare type of artist, a classical intimist. His vision is eminently classic. ..."
4. Die Kunst edited by [Anonymus AC01253220] (1907)
"Ein geborener intimist, dem jeder rein dekorative Sinn abgeht, verweilt seine innige, aufrichtige Natur mit Vorliebe in der anheimelnden ..."