Poussin

[ poo-san ]
/ puˈsɛ̃ /

noun

Ni·co·las [nee-kaw-lah], /ni kɔˈlɑ/, 1594–1655, French painter.

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British Dictionary definitions for Poussin (1 of 2)

poussin
/ (French pusɛ̃) /

noun

a young chicken reared for eating

Word Origin for poussin

from French

British Dictionary definitions for Poussin (2 of 2)

Poussin
/ (French pusɛ̃) /

noun

Nicolas (nikɔlɑ). 1594–1665, French painter, regarded as a leader of French classical painting. He is best known for the austere historical and biblical paintings and landscapes of his later years
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