Definition of Pleinairists

1. pleinairist [n] - See also: pleinairist



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Literary usage of Pleinairists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1916)
"... nor was he of that "cult of the innocent eye," the pleinairists, who held that fleeting impressions should be imprisoned and a canvas completed on the ..."

2. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"One of the first Belgian pleinairists is Emile Claus (born 1849), whose " Morning in February " shows a river-stretch through meadows, a simple composition, ..."

3. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"... large an impression as an altarpiece by the luminosity which surrounds the figures with an intensity which could rouse the envy of modern pleinairists. ..."

4. The Art of the Vienna Galleries: Giving a Brief History of the Public and by David Charles Preyer (1911)
"... a spirit of reaction against pleinairists and their abuse of the functions of light in making abstractions of solid realities. This shows that Carriere ..."

5. The Conception of Art by Henry Rankin Poore (1914)
"... impressionists, pleinairists, etc., but no two members in any class are alike. Each interprets his problem as seemeth him best, and lastingly to the ..."

6. The Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, with by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"... large an impression as an altarpiece by the luminosity which surrounds the figures with an intensity which could rouse the envy of modern pleinairists. ..."

7. The American Magazine of Art by American Federation of Arts (1916)
"... nor was he of that "cult of the innocent eye," the pleinairists, who held that fleeting impressions should be imprisoned and a canvas completed on the ..."

8. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"One of the first Belgian pleinairists is Emile Claus (born 1849), whose " Morning in February " shows a river-stretch through meadows, a simple composition, ..."

9. The Art of the Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"... large an impression as an altarpiece by the luminosity which surrounds the figures with an intensity which could rouse the envy of modern pleinairists. ..."

10. The Art of the Vienna Galleries: Giving a Brief History of the Public and by David Charles Preyer (1911)
"... a spirit of reaction against pleinairists and their abuse of the functions of light in making abstractions of solid realities. This shows that Carriere ..."

11. The Conception of Art by Henry Rankin Poore (1914)
"... impressionists, pleinairists, etc., but no two members in any class are alike. Each interprets his problem as seemeth him best, and lastingly to the ..."

12. The Berlin Galleries: Giving a History of the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, with by David Charles Preyer (1912)
"... large an impression as an altarpiece by the luminosity which surrounds the figures with an intensity which could rouse the envy of modern pleinairists. ..."

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