foregrounds

[ fawr-ground, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foregrounds

Antonyms for foregrounds

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The ground of Cuyp.in originating, in the drawing of foregrounds.

This makes the foregrounds in the summit views more complex.

Bernard was like some great painters; his foregrounds were very happily arranged.

He needs his foregrounds, leading actors, and types of plot.

Mr. Ruskin detects in the corners of Turner's foregrounds 'always a succulent cluster or two of green-grocery!'

A fine rich colour, more beautiful than eligible, it is popular in landscape for foliage in foregrounds.

His large trees have truth of mass and accuracy of drawing, and his foregrounds are painted with solidity.

His foregrounds are always beautifully diversified, and every blade of grass is true to nature.

The skies were sombre, the foregrounds singularly elaborate, the color stern and forcible.

This was probably the reason that his foregrounds seemed always to be sunk in his backgrounds.