de la Roche
[ duhluh-rawsh ]
/ də lə ˈrɔʃ /
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Ma·zo [mey-zoh], /ˈmeɪ zoʊ/, 1885–1961, Canadian novelist.
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[ duh-la-rawsh ]
/ də laˈrɔʃ /
(Hip·po·lyte) Paul [ee-paw-leetpawl], /i pɔˈlit pɔl/, 1797–1856, French historical and portrait painter.
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How to use de la Roche in a sentence
That is the further great difference between Delaroche and Delacroix, between the vagrant painter of history and the artist.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
Delaroche's great picture of "Napoleon crossing the Alps," has reached London, where it is on exhibition.
Horace Vernet has been blessed with but one child, a daughter, who married Paul Delaroche, a distinguished artist.
Some of them are very fine, especially those of Delaroche and the war pictures of Horace Vernet.
So Jean Francois worked with the students of Delaroche; and a few respected his work and tried to help market his wares.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 4 (of 14)|Elbert Hubbard
British Dictionary definitions for de la Roche
/ (French dəlɑrɔʃ) /
(Hippolyte) Paul . 1797–1859, French painter of portraits and sentimental historical scenes, such as The Children of Edward IV in the Tower (1830)
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