noun, plural still lifes.
Origin of still life
Examples from the Web for still life
Contemporary Examples of still life
The next minute they are frozen in an eerie, extended tableau vivant——a still-life that's not actually still.‘A Field in England’ Is a Psychedelic Cinematic Trip
February 9, 2014
The photographs displayed on Flickr become an endless exercise in projection—a still-life ChatRoulette.
So too, the photographs displayed on Flickr become an endless exercise in projection—a still-life ChatRoulette.
Historical Examples of still life
The smaller were pictures of still-life and the largest were landscapes.The Moon and Sixpence
W. Somerset Maugham
When they see your work they'll see that you're fit for still-life, at least.The Coast of Bohemia
William Dean Howells
My plan is as follows:—Suppose a piece of still-life to be the subject.
His pictures are chiefly landscapes with animals, and still-life.
He and his son were the founders of the "still-life" school in their country.
noun plural still lifes
- a painting or drawing of inanimate objects, such as fruit, flowers, etc
- (as modifier)a still-life painting