/ (Italian artʃimˈbɔldo) /
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Giuseppe. 1527–93, Italian painter, best remembered for painting grotesque figures composed of fruit, vegetables, and meat
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archt., archway, Archy, arciform, Arcimboldi, Arcimboldo, Arciniegas, arc-jet engine, arcked, arc lamp, arc light
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How to use Arcimboldo in a sentence
By the time that you see them, they're bloated into surrealist Arcimboldo paintings, into soft constructions of rotten fruit.Whatever You Do Someone Will Die. A Short Story About Impossible Choices in Iraq|Nathan Bradley Bethea|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There chanced to be in Denmark at the time a smooth-mouthed scoundrel with the unsavory name of Arcimboldo.
To this suggestion Arcimboldo, by no means averse to turning an honest penny, gave his assent.
Arcimboldo was not the man to let slip an opportunity to aggrandize himself.