Origin of caricature
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How to use caricature in a sentence
Rather than condemn piracy, Johnson created caricatures who were as charismatic as they were deadly.The Buccaneers embody Tampa’s love of pirates. Is that a problem?|Jamie Goodall|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Corden identifies as straight, and despite his status as a long-standing and supportive ally, his performance in the film has been criticized by many observers as leaning heavily into the realm of stereotype and caricature.Nominees (and 2 winners) for 2021 Golden Globes announced|Troy Masters|February 3, 2021|Washington Blade
Look for the big issuesThere are two big problems that over-edited images often run into—either the lighting direction doesn’t match between the elements, or people look strange and unnatural, sometimes even like zombies or caricatures.How to use advanced editing tools without ruining your photos|Harry Guinness|January 27, 2021|Popular-Science
While early maps were nothing but crude caricatures of the territories they aimed to represent, new maps grew larger and larger, filling in ever more details with each edition.An Existential Crisis in Neuroscience - Issue 94: Evolving|Grigori Guitchounts|December 30, 2020|Nautilus
Though he’s really basically a caricature, even Fast Eddie is someone you’ll look for as you’re reading this book.‘Big Tow’ has action, humor, and a lesbian romance|Terri Schlichenmeyer|December 11, 2020|Washington Blade
It seems to me that Bellows was most successful when he worked basically as a caricaturist, under the influence of Daumier.
According to the caricaturist, Thomas Rowlandson, chaos ensues.
They reveal him as a talented cartoonist and caricaturist, reminiscent of Ralph Steadman and Edward Gorey.
Taylor Jones, another normally very competent caricaturist, clearly misses the mark.
Leech, the caricaturist,—one of the most absurdly over-rated men of this century,—was at Charterhouse from 1825 to 1831.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
One evening a clever caricaturist took a caricature of a fashion showing a woman with enormous and outlandish sleeves.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
It is especially popular in Paris, where the famous caricaturist Caran d'Ache, has done much to elevate the art.Magic|Ellis Stanyon
Some of these worthies were actually working as contemporaries of the caricaturist who departed fifty years ago.
The dinner Angelo describes will serve as a type of the many similar entertainments at which our caricaturist assisted.
British Dictionary definitions for caricature
Derived forms of caricaturecaricatural, adjectivecaricaturist, noun
Word Origin for caricature
Cultural definitions for caricature
In art or literature, portrayal of an individual or thing that exaggerates and distorts prominent characteristics so as to make them appear ridiculous. Caricature is commonly a medium for satire.