Definition for whistler (2 of 2)
Related formsWhis·tle·ri·an [hwis-leer-ee-uh n, wis-] /ʰwɪsˈlɪər i ən, wɪs-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for whistler
Season: Whistler Blackcomb is generally open from late November through late April.
From Vancouver, Whistler is a two-hour drive; bus and train transfers are available.
He could come off as simply out of touch, like a critic reared on Whistler going after Picasso.Blake Gopnik on the Death of Art Critic Robert Hughes|Blake Gopnik|August 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Celluloid is to Dean what oil paint is to Titian or etching to Whistler.Tacita Dean: One of Today’s 10 Most Important Artists|Blake Gopnik|June 5, 2011|DAILY BEAST
When afterwards we called, Whistler refused to come, and it was well he did.
Mr. Way appealed to Whistler, who tried the stone, grasped its possibilities, and was delighted.
Whistler slept badly, and Mr. Landor can do with less sleep than most people.
Mr. Ruskin entertaining those views, it was not wonderful that his attention should be attracted to Mr. Whistler's pictures.The Gentle Art of Making Enemies|James McNeill Whistler
"Where the artist is, there you will find art," said Whistler.