Definition of Colorists

1. Noun. (plural of colorist) ¹



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Definition of Colorists

1. colorist [n] - See also: colorist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Colorists

colorimetrists
colorimetry
coloring
coloring book
coloring books
coloring material
colorings
colorisation
colorise
colorism
colorisms
colorist
coloristic
coloristical
coloristically
colorists (current term)
colorization
colorizations
colorize
colorized
colorizer
colorizers
colorizes
colorizing
colorless
colorlessly
colorlessness
colorlessnesses
colorman
colormap

Literary usage of Colorists

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1. A Study of the Short Story by Henry Seidel Canby (1913)
"XII THE LOCAL colorists THE use of local color is a logical result, on the one hand, of a growing scientific interest in the facts about our civilization, ..."

2. Painting, Sculpture and Architecture as Representative Arts; an Essay in by George Lansing Raymond (1895)
"... of Accuracy—Same Principles Apply to Sculpture—Elements of Correct Coloring—Ignorance of Early colorists —Value—Origin of the Term—Color—Representation ..."

3. Art Studies: the "old Masters" of Italy: Painting by James Jackson Jarves (1861)
"His Antics and Genius. Andrea del Sarto, 1488-1530, the Wife-ridden. His Talents and Weakness. The colorists of this Class of Painters. ..."

4. History of Sculpture, Painting, and Architecture: Topical Lessons with by Charles Samuel Farrar (1881)
"THE GREAT colorists AND MODERN REALISTS. [1450-1600 AD] . 1. Giorgione (1477-1511); the first great master of «olor in landscape. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Spanish Painters: Comprehending that Part of Their Biography by A. O'Neil (1834)
"In this work Segura kept in view that chief of colorists, Titian. Many excellent pictures bear the name and date of Antonio Segura. ..."

6. Adventures in the Arts: Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville and Poets by Marsden Hartley (1921)
"... SOME AMERICAN WATER-colorists WITH the arrival of Cezanne into the field of water-color painting, this medium suffers a new and drastic instance for ..."

7. Women in the Fine Arts: From the Seventh Century B.C. to the Twentieth by Clara Erskine Clement Waters (1904)
"She is of the modern school of colorists. Wright, Ethel. This artist contributed annually to the exhibitions of the London Academy from 1893 to 1900, ..."

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