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"Landscapist" is used throughout the book as a term of contempt.
To read his letter on "the day of a landscapist" is the best introduction to his art.
He was a better landscapist than poet, and his drawings to illustrate his idylls were better than the poems themselves.
Which is all exactly the opposite to what Lairesse demanded from the landscapist.
Finally, about 1896, Degas has revealed himself as a dreamy landscapist.
Yet Rubens himself was the best landscapist of the Flemish school.
What places him far above the old painters is his fundamental power as a landscapist, a power unequalled except in Rousseau.
The strongest landscapist of our times, George Inness (1825-), is not a young man except in his artistic aspirations.

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