- portrait flask,
- portrait lens,
- portrait of a lady, the,
- portrait of the artist as a young man,
Origin of portraiture
Examples from the Web for portraiture
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
The Daily Pic: Giovanni Cariani caught the labors of portraiture.
In order to develop characters in his new work, Cotton looked closely at European portraiture.
He then notes the application to portraiture and to painting by laying colours on the projected images.
I am faking it all, because I cannot afford to use models, and what talent I may have is in the line of portraiture.
Studies so conscientious of time, costume and portraiture ennoble the illustrator's calling.The Pansy Magazine, April 1886|Various
His characters were large, but never quite free from weakness, except in portraiture, where he appeared at his best.A Text-Book of the History of Painting|John C. Van Dyke
Its sureness and clearness are excellent, and its portraiture clear and pleasing.The Morning Glory Club|George A. Kyle
- another term for portrait (def. 1)
- portraits collectively
mid-14c., from Old French portraiture "portrait, image, portrayal, resemblance" (12c.), from portrait (see portrait).