Definition of Impressionist

1. Noun. A painter who follows the theories of Impressionism.

Generic synonyms: Painter
Derivative terms: Impressionism

2. Adjective. Relating to or characteristic of Impressionism. "Impressionist music"
Exact synonyms: Impressionistic
Partainyms: Impressionism, Impressionism
Derivative terms: Impression, Impressionism

Definition of Impressionist

1. n. One who adheres to the theory or method of impressionism, so called.

Definition of Impressionist

1. Noun. One who adheres to the theory or method of impressionism. ¹

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Definition of Impressionist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impressionist

impressio petrosa pallii
impressio renalis
impressio suprarenalis
impressio trigeminalis
impression area
impression compound
impression for costoclavicular ligament
impression material
impressiones digitatae
impressionist (current term)
impressions for cerebral gyri
impressions of oesophagus
impressive aphasia

Literary usage of Impressionist

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1913)
"Imperial Jest, The. By Josephine Paine .... 225 impressionist View of Canada, An 79 Income Tax, America and the . 698 India, The Patriotic Songs of. ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1889)
"THE IMPRESSIONS OP AN impressionist. I QUITE agree with Mr Ruskin that field-sports are demoralising. What is worse, they spoil anything like rational ..."

3. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1916)
"Liv Age 291:310-12 N 4 46 impressionist. M. Bronner. Bookm 44:170-6 О •16 Huerta, Emilia Águila (Mme. Victoriano Huerta) Four sorrow-queens of Mexico. ..."

4. The History of Modern Painting by Richard Muther (1896)
"The impressionist movement the final phase in the great battle of liberation for modern art. THE name impressionists dates from an exhibition in Paris, ..."

5. The Essentials of æsthetics in Music, Poetry, Painting, Sculpture and by George Lansing Raymond (1921)
"... and the Classic and impressionist Line— Of Aerial Perspective—Of Lineal Perspective—Of Life and Movement—Explaining Occasional Lack of Accuracy—Same ..."

6. The Methodist Review (1897)
"V.—impressionist PREACHING.* IN speaking to yon to-day I shall confine myself to matters of which I have some personal knowledge and experience. ..."

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