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Maillol

[ ma-yawl ]
/ maˈyɔl /
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noun

A·ris·tide [a-rees-teed], /a risˈtid/, 1861–1944, French sculptor.

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How to use Maillol in a sentence

  • Not only is Maillol quite obviously superior to Mr. Epstein; in the opinion of many he is a better artist than Rodin.

    Since Czanne|Clive Bell
  • Maillol's lyrics are not for the American virgin: but, at that, they sing laughter in place of Fysher lech.

    Europe After 8:15|H. L. Mencken, George Jean Nathan and Willard Huntington Wright

British Dictionary definitions for Maillol

Maillol
/ (French majɔl) /

noun

Aristide (aristid). 1861–1944, French sculptor, esp of monumental female nudes
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