- painted snipe,
- painted tongue,
- painted trillium,
- painted turtle,
- painted woman,
- painter's colic,
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Examples from the Web for painter
According to some rumors, Goya was once on staff before his fame as a Spanish painter.
And Pope Alexander VI had the painter Pinturicchio disguise his mistress as the Virgin Mary in one fresco.
In May he attended the inauguration of a museum to house the works of the Ecuadorian painter Santiago Carbonell in Querétaro.
You code the same way a writer writes his book and the painter paints his picture.Vilified Bitcoin Tycoon After Losing $500 Million: My Life Is at Risk|Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky|September 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Marsden Hartley was a 20th-century painter, slow as oil paint from a brush.
To neither had the position of the painter been a matter of the slightest concern.Art in England|Dutton Cook
His son is a lawyer by the profession chosen for him, and a painter by preference.A History of the French Novel, Vol. 2|George Saintsbury
Raphael as a Painter—Give the impressions of famous travelers, authors and art critics.Woman's Club Work and Programs|Caroline French Benton
To take the overglaze painting; this may be compared to the canvas of the painter which is covered with pigment.Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain|Arthur Hayden
He has done the most that could be done for them, but the painter desarves more praise than the subject.The Attache|Thomas Chandler Haliburton
Word Origin for painter
"artist who paints pictures," early 14c., from Old French peintor, from Latin pictor "a painter," from pingere (see paint (v.)). Sense of "workman who colors surfaces with paint" is from c.1400. As a surname, Painter is attested from mid-13c. but it is difficult to say which sense is meant. Related: Painterly.
mid-14c., "rope or chain that holds an anchor to a ship's side," from Old French peintor, ultimately from Latin pendere "to weigh" (see pendant).