Words nearby portraiture
How to use portraiture in a sentence
Ektachrome was intended primarily for portraiture, so it has a bias toward warmer hues.How These Rothkos Were Restored Without Touching the Canvas|Adam Rogers|May 30, 2021|The Daily Beast
This competition seeks entries that broaden the definition of portraiture with images and media that reflect the country’s diversity as represented through the identities of the artists and subjects as well as their varying backgrounds depicted.National Portrait Gallery art competition now open|Philip Van Slooten|January 19, 2021|Washington Blade
However, argues Hall, the point in history when self-portraiture really took off was during the Middle Ages.
That technology can also expand the concepts of traditional self-portraiture and of selfies.
This is not the first exhibit to ever take on selfies, nor the first examination of portraiture.
Steve McCurry: Well, I thought of this more as a portraiture project of models rather than a fashion shoot in a way.
This penetrating style of portraiture works on the subtlest of emotional responses as well.Into the Woods With Virginia Woolf: Emily Perkins and ‘The Forrests’|Lucy Scholes|September 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I think these extracts are sufficient to give a portraiture of the place in olden times.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
This solemn tragedy they felt to be the theme of devout and prayerful meditation rather than of portraiture in art.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
This portraiture of his brother-artist is not a bad specimen of its kind, although we shall meet with better ones.
The last-quoted letter adds a few more touches to the portraiture of Chopin which has been in progress in the preceding pages.
His Life by his satellite Boswell holds the first place among biographies as a triumph of portraiture.The Political History of England - Vol. X.|William Hunt
British Dictionary definitions for portraiture
- another term for portrait (def. 1)
- portraits collectively