Jean Au·guste Do·mi·nique [zhahnoh-gystdaw-mee-neek], /ʒɑ̃ oʊˈgüst dɔ miˈnik/, 1780–1867, French painter.
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How to use Ingres in a sentence
This might not have won the out-loud approval of Ingres, the avid Academician, but I think his eyes would have understood.
The Neo-Classicists had a cannon they copied and, in Ingres, a high priest.
Poor Madame Ingres, dropping with sleep, used to be driven to locking up the piano and sending us off to our respective beds.
Nobody who was not intimately acquainted with Monsieur Ingres can have any correct idea of what he really was.
It has been said and frequently repeated, parrot-wise, that Monsieur Ingres was intolerant and exclusive.
Ingres could not paint flesh, and in this respect he is indicative of an enormous retrogression as compared with Prudhon.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4) | Richard Muther
The picture undoubtedly exhibits qualities of draughtsmanship which in recent days Ingres alone possessed in so high a degree.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4) | Richard Muther
British Dictionary definitions for Ingres
Jean Auguste Dominique (ʒɑ̃ oɡyst dɔminik). 1780–1867, French classical painter, noted for his draughtsmanship
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