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Many of these like German pipes are made of porcelain, adorned with portraits (p. 149) and landscapes.
He spent entire days in a boat and, in spite of his sufferings, executed several landscapes of rare beauty.
BASTIEN LEPAGEFR. CRASTRE
The weather was glorious and no section of Britain surpassed the Welsh landscapes in beauty.
It is said that he only sent half a dozen landscapes to the Academy during the eighteen years that he exhibited there.
His landscapes know no tempestuous grandeur; they are a playground for children, a place for shepherds to rest.
Even in Italy landscapes 77 were the most independent performances which the eighteenth century had brought forth there.
Hubert Robert grew more and more archological, and played in his landscapes with ancient remains and classical ruins.
He felt and loved his landscapes rather than studied them, yet they are saturated with an entirely modern sentiment for Nature.
Occasionally, too, he painted landscapes—the chimerical, vague creations of a man who had lived but little in the open air.
His landscapes were indeed begun, continued, and completed in his painting-room.
ART IN ENGLANDDUTTON COOK

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION