Definition of Mannerists

1. Noun. (plural of Mannerist) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of mannerist) ¹

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Definition of Mannerists

1. mannerist [n] - See also: mannerist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mannerists

manned
mannequin
mannequinlike
mannequins
manner
manner name
manner of articulation
manner of speaking
manner of walking
mannerable
mannered
mannerism
mannerisms
mannerist
manneristic
mannerists (current term)
mannerization
mannerize
mannerized
mannerizes
mannerizing
mannerless
mannerlessness
mannerliness
mannerlinesses
mannerly
mannerpunk
manners
mannich bases
mannide

Literary usage of Mannerists

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... who took pity on him, sheltered and the Philistines" (1630, Louvre); "The Testament of divided into two parties, that of the mannerists who (1647); ..."

2. Memoirs of the Early Italian Painters: And of the Progress of Painting in by Jameson (Anna) (1845)
"... whether the style be elevated and ideal or confined to the imitation of common nature : but to them succeeded a race of mannerists and imitators, ..."

3. The History of Painting in Italy from the Period of the Revival of the Fine by Luigi Lanzi (1853)
"Innovations of the mannerists of the Seventeenth Century. Corruption of Venetian Painting. A SORT of fatality seems to prevail in all human things, ..."

4. Italy and the Italian Islands: From the Earliest Ages to the Present Time by William Spalding (1854)
"mannerists.—New Schools in Rome: Mannerism.—Revival.—TITIAN AND THE VENETIANS: Giar- gione : His Genius.— Titian: His Master-pieces.— Tintoretto: His Energy ..."

5. Recollections of Europe by James Fenimore Cooper (1837)
"French mannerists. — National Distinctions. — A lively Reaction. To R. COOPER, ESQ. COOPERSTOWN. WE all went to bed, a night or two since, as usual, ..."

6. Renaissance in Italy by John Addington Symonds (1888)
"... mannerists—Misconception of Michael Angelo—Correggio founds no School—Parmigianino—Macchinisti —-The ..."

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