Definition of Monochromist

1. Noun. An artist working in the monochromatic style. ¹



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Definition of Monochromist

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monochromist

monochromatisms
monochromatization
monochromatize
monochromatized
monochromatizes
monochromatizing
monochromatophil
monochromator
monochromators
monochromats
monochrome
monochromes
monochromia
monochromic
monochromies
monochromist (current term)
monochromists
monochromophil
monochromous
monochromy
monochronic
monociliate
monociliated
monocistronic
monocistronic RNA
monocle
monocled
monocles
monoclinal
monocline

Literary usage of Monochromist

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1. McGuffey's Fifth Eclectic Reader by William Holmes McGuffey (1907)
"And nature not only gives her marbles, with the finest lines, the most perfect lights and shades, she colors them also. She is no monochromist, ..."

2. Dictionary of Painters and Engravers: Biographical and Critical by Michael Bryan (1886)
"His pictures are not uncommon in England, though his name and works arc confounded with those of the Cignaroli. CIMON, an early Greek monochromist of ..."

3. The Life of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.: Founded on Letters and Papers Furnished by by Walter Thornbury (1897)
"At first he was little more than a monochromist, his local colour being far more sombre than that of Nature ..."

4. Lectures on the Rise and Development of Medieval Architecture by George Gilbert Scott (1879)
"... have been, both at home and abroad, made over periodically to the tender mercies of the monochromist, while this, at least has been spared,—and that on ..."

5. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1861)
"... as the evidence of advance and improvement, while the monochromist will point with a significant finger to the earliest efforts of art, when the arts of ..."

6. McGuffey's First [-sixth] Eclectic Reader by William Holmes McGuffey (1920)
"And nature not only gives her marbles, with the finest lines, the most perfect lights and shades, she colors them also. She is no monochromist, ..."

7. The New Fifth Reader (1894)
"And Nature not only gives her marbles, with the finest lines, the most perfect lights and shades, she colors them also. She is no monochromist, ..."

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