[ land-seer, -syer ]
/ ˈlænd sɪər, -syər /
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Sir Edwin Henry, 1802–73, English painter, especially of animals.
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How to use Landseer in a sentence
Landseer could suggest no more vivid comparison, than one which leaps into your own imagination—a snake soused upon by an eagle.
We are unfeigned admirers of Mr Landseer's genius, but we do not think this one of his happiest efforts.
Landseer said that in the drawing of animals he had nothing to teach her.English Illustration 'The Sixties': 1855-70|Gleeson White
His most notable productions were after Landseer and Lawrence.Engraving for Illustration|Joseph Kirkbride
It was certain that her copy of Landseer's "Rabbits" was a work of extreme merit.The Open Question|Elizabeth Robins
British Dictionary definitions for Landseer
/ (ˈlænsɪə) /
Sir Edwin Henry. 1802–73, English painter, noted for his studies of animals
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