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Gainsborough

[ geynz-bur-oh, -buhr-oh; British geynz-ber-uh ]

noun

  1. Thomas, 1727–88, English painter.


Gainsborough

/ -brə; ˈɡeɪnzbərə /

noun

  1. GainsboroughThomas17271788MEnglishARTS AND CRAFTS: painter Thomas. 1727–88, English painter, noted particularly for his informal portraits and for his naturalistic landscapes


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The Daily Pic: Gainsborough's "Blue Boy" once held the price record.

She has been much influenced by Gainsborough, Lawrence, and Reynolds, traces of their manner being evident in her work.

It is famous for its picture gallery, which contains many priceless originals by Gainsborough, Reynolds and others.

The pictures are of untold value, one room being filled with originals by Gainsborough and Reynolds alone.

Once upon a time, Gainsborough was examined as a witness on a trial respecting the originality of a picture.

You will find a large Gainsborough hat in that corner—might I trouble you to put it on for the next sitting?'

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