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noun as in respected work of art

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Many were true masterpieces, but what really took me back were his unusual lyrics.

Once in her stride, she turned her Moomin books into masterpieces of word in consort with image.

“I think our daughter North was conceived right here among the Renaissance masterpieces,” he told the paper.

The pieces include masterpieces by Picasso, Gauguin and Marc Chagall.

By any measure, the Met exhibition offers some great masterpieces even by traditional criteria.

When and how could he become acquainted with the symphonic masterpieces of the great German composers?

Among the short poems that constitute the volume called Lis Isclo d'Or are a number of masterpieces.

He was a voluptuary in Art, and no one enjoyed real masterpieces with more refinement, passion, and sensuousness than he did.

The next effort of the poet is one of his masterpieces, wherein his inspiration is truest and most poetical.

What say you, you whose admiration for the masterpieces of past ages has created the modern trade of the sellers of bric-a-brac?


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to masterpieces, such as: monument, treasure, jewel, gem, classic, and masterstroke.

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