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190 examples of water-color in sentences

Although he had no teacher, as yet, he had begun to understand color a little, and succeeded in finishing one or two water-color sketches which Patsy, who knew nothing at all of such things, pronounced "wonderfully fine."

Like a water-color landscape-painter, he pauses above the box of crude materials which others have made, takes a dab here and a dab there with his brush, rarely takes all of one color, blends them, eyes the result judicially, and flashes in the combination with swiftness and certainty of touch.

First of all there had been a distribution of the menu cards, which Charlotte had adorned with such delicate water-color sketches.

Fresco, or water-color, on fresh plaster, was used for coloring walls, which were divided into compartments or panels.

The whole range of thought of a man of talent, or of a genius, compared with the thoughts of the common man, is, even when directed to objects essentially the same, like a brilliant oil-painting, full of life, compared with a mere outline or a weak sketch in water-color.

The Berlin artist made an art gallery of the billiard table and was exhibiting the water-color sketches he had done that dayall very dashing and spirited in their treatment, though a bit splashy and scrambled-eggish as to the use of the pigments.

As a single instance,a drawing which was sold from one of the water-color exhibitions at fifty guineas, sold again, after Ruskin's notice, at two hundred and fifty; and in the lists of pictures sold or to be sold at auction, one sees constantly, "Noticed by Mr. Ruskin," "Approved by Mr. Ruskin," appended to the title.

Of the rare floral specimens and perishable tints, my mother made pencil and water-color studies, having in view the book she was preparing for publication.

But who will draw hence the conclusion of the Professor with regard to the fluid used on the Collier folio, that it is "a water-color paint rather than ink,"unless "ink" is used in a mere technical sense, to mean only a compound of nutgalls and sulphate of iron?[aa]

Then, with a smile at Conolly, she went out through the door leading to the water-color gallery.

He taught me the simplest rudiments of portrait and landscape in water-color, and of perspective, of which he was master, and, as he failed to find a field for his phonographic mission, I got up a small class in drawing for him, and after our dozen lessons he went his way to new regions and I never heard from him again.

Of all the English artists of that day with whom I became acquainted, Pyne impressed me as by a considerable measure the broadest thinker, and, except Turner in his water-color, the ablest landscape painter; old John Linnell in this respect standing nearest him in technical power, with a more complete devotion to nature and her sentiment.

He painted in both oil and water-color, with a facility of design I have never known surpassed, making at a single sitting, and without a model, a drawing with many figures.

Lessons in water-color I could get at a guinea an hour, and to enter as a pupil with one of the better painters was impossible.

By the advice of Wehnert, I applied to Charles Davidson, a member of the New Water-Color Society, for instruction, and went down into Surrey, where he lived, to be able to follow him in his work from nature.

Of Davidson, my immediate teacher, there was only to be got certain ways of doing certain things, limited to the elements of landscape; how to wash in the sky, to treat foliage in masses, and those tricks of the brush in which the English water-color school abounds; but no larger views, or more individual, of art itself.

The drawings of the England and Wales series in the possession of Ruskin seemed to my critical faculty the ne plus ultra of water-color painting,especially the "Llanthony Abbey," of which I recall those early impressions with the greatest distinctness.

We find it in a water-color drawing of Turner, as in a pencil drawing of Raphael, and in the outlines of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, but in modern figure painting never, even in France, where the youth generally takes up the training at fourteen to sixteen.

Then followed in similar pantomime the choosing of a water-color pencil, noting carefully the necessary fineness of the point, and then the washing-in of a drawing, broadly.

After some months in a boarding-house near Geneva she became an inmate of the family of M. d'Albert Durade, a Swiss water-color painter of some reputation, who afterwards became the translator of her works into French.

"Miss Evans passed the winter of 1849-50 at Geneva, in the house of M.F. d'Albert Durade, the well-known Swiss water-color painter, who is also the translator of the authorized French version of her works.

To a Water-color.

Just about the time the play was given there was being held in the school an exhibition of water-color paintings.

LUTZ, E. G. Practical water-color sketching.

LUTZ, ROYD C. Practical water-color sketching.

LUTZ, E. G. Practical water-color sketching.

LUTZ, ROYD C. Practical water-color sketching.

For the dance programs make covers from water-color paper cut and painted to look like oak or maple leaves.

It was a fashion in England at this time for women to paint; they principally affected miniature and water-color pictures, but of the many who called themselves artists few merit our attention; they practised but a feeble sort of imitative painting; their works of slight importance cannot now be named, while their lives were usually commonplace and void of incident.

Other important artists known as Pre-raphaelites, not belonging to the Brotherhood, are Ford Madox Brown and Burne Jones, as well as the water-color painters, Mason, Walker, Boyce, and Goodwin.

Her water-color portraits of Carlyle in his later years are well known.

The "Young Customers," water-color, was exhibited at Paris in 1878.

When seen at the Academy in 1875, Ruskin wrote of it: "It happens curiously that the only drawing of which the memory remains with me as a possession out of the Old Water-Color Exhibition of this yearMrs.

Although her sketches in water-color are clever and attractive, it is as a sculptor that her best work has been done.

At the Santiago Exposition, 1875, this artist exhibited two oil paintings and two landscapes in crayon; at Coruรฑa, 1878, a portrait in oil of the Marquis de Mendez Nuรฑez; at Pontevedra, 1880, several pen and water-color studies, three life-size portraits in crayon, and a work in oil, "A Girl Feeding Chickens.

<b>BORZINO, LEOPOLDINA.</b> Milanese water-color painter.

She was elected a member of the Water-Color Society in 1875.

She exhibited her first picture at the National Academy of Design when twelve years old, and has been a constant contributor to its exhibitions since that time; also to the exhibitions of the American Water-Color Society.

It is a water-color, valued at ยฃ50.

Member of New York Water-Color Club.

Member of Water-Color Club and Woman's Art Club, New York; Water-Color Club and Plastic Club, Philadelphia; Woman's Art Association, Canada; Women's International Art Club, London.

Member of Water-Color Club and Woman's Art Club, New York; Water-Color Club and Plastic Club, Philadelphia; Woman's Art Association, Canada; Women's International Art Club, London.

Painter of water-color pictures and miniatures.

The following article written at the time of an exhibition by Mrs. de Haas gives a just estimate of her work: "Mrs. de Haas is especially devoted to the painting in water-color of landscape and sea views, for which the Atlantic coast affords such a wide and varied range.

Member of New York and Philadelphia Water-Color Clubs, American Women's Art Association, Paris; first president of Plastic Club, Philadelphia.

She has exhibited her pictures at the exhibitions of the Vienna Water-Color Club.

Member of the Society of American Artists, American Water-Color Society, New York Water-Color Club.

Member of the Society of American Artists, American Water-Color Society, New York Water-Color Club.

Studied water-color painting in New York under an English artist, J. B. Wandesforde.

In 1899 she exhibited a large water-color called "La Barque fleurie," which was much admired and was reproduced in "L'Illustration.

" Her water-color of "Clematis and Virginia Creeper" is in the Museum at Tunis.

<b>FRENCH, JANE KATHLEEN.</b> Member of the Water-Color Society of Ireland.

"Empty," a child study in oils, 1897, and a water-color, "A Silver Latch," 1900, are among her important works.

Member of Society of American Artists, Women's Art Club, New York, American Society of Miniature Painters, and Water-Color Club, Boston.

Here the artist illustrated the Queen's poem, "Ada," with a series of water-color sketches, and painted two landscapes from Roumanian scenery.

Member of the Water-Color Club, Boston, and of the Society of Arts and Crafts.

A water-color of a "Mill near Ischl" and several other pictures by this artist have been purchased for the Imperial Collections.

<b>LANCIANI, MARCELLA.</b> Born in Rome, where her studies were made under Professor Giuseppe Ferrari in figure drawing, and under Signor Onorato Carlandithe great water-color artist of the Roman Campagnain landscape and coloring.

Member of Philadelphia Water-Color Club and Plastic Club.

New York Water-Color Club.

" <b>LOUD, MAY HALLOWELL.</b> Member of the Copley Society and Boston Water-Color Club.

Member of National Art Club, Barnard Club, and Water-Color Club, all of New York.

Vice-president of Baltimore Water-Color Club.

Born in Rome, 1824, where she has met with much success in decorating pottery, as well as in oil and water-color paintings.

She was instructed in the elements of art by various excellent teachers, and then studied oil painting under Maldarelli and water-color under Mancini.

] <b>MURRAY, ELIZABETH.</b> Member of the Institute of Painters in Water-Colors, London, and of the American Society of Water-Color Painters, New York.

Member of American Water-Color Society, New York Water-Color Society, Woman's Art Club, American Society of Miniature Painters, Pen and Brush Club; honorable member of Woman's Art Club, Canada.

Member of American Water-Color Society, New York Water-Color Society, Woman's Art Club, American Society of Miniature Painters, Pen and Brush Club; honorable member of Woman's Art Club, Canada.

In the Studio, March, 1901, in writing of the exhibition of the American Water-Color Society, the critic says: "In her two works, 'Cherries' and 'A Rose,' Mrs. Rhoda Holmes Nicholls shows us a true water-color executed by a master hand.

In the Studio, March, 1901, in writing of the exhibition of the American Water-Color Society, the critic says: "In her two works, 'Cherries' and 'A Rose,' Mrs. Rhoda Holmes Nicholls shows us a true water-color executed by a master hand.

The subject of each is slight; each stroke of her brush is made once and for all, with a precision and dash that are inspiriting; and you have in each painting the sparkle, the deft lightness of touch, the instantaneous impression of form and coloring that a water-color should have.

Miss Nichols has held three exhibitions of her pictures both in oil and water-colors in London.

Two of her works, a large oil painting of "Earlham" and a water-color of "Strangers' Hall," have been purchased by subscription and presented to the Norwich Castle Art Gallery.

] <b>OAKLEY, VIOLET.</b> Member of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia Water-Color Club, Plastic Club, Philadelphia.

When the School of Applied Art was instituted at Palermo in 1887, she was put in charge of the drawing, water-color, and modelling in the Women's Section.

Beautiful drawings by her were exhibited at the International Water-Color Exhibition in Dresden, 1892.

In the Water-Color Exhibition of the Boston Art Club, 1903, Mrs. Perry's portrait of Miss S. attracted much attention.

Two of her flower pieces, in water-color, were seen at the Fine Arts Exposition, Milan, 1881.

<b>SEARS, SARAH C.</b> Medal at Chicago, 1893; William Evans prize, American Water-Color Society, New York; honorable mention, Paris Exposition, 1900; bronze medal at Buffalo, 1901; silver medal at Charleston, South Carolina.

Member of the New York Water-Color Club, Boston Art Students' Association, National Arts Club, Boston Water-Color Club.

Member of the New York Water-Color Club, Boston Art Students' Association, National Arts Club, Boston Water-Color Club.

Of her exhibition at the Boston Art Club, 1903, a critic writes: "Nothing could be more brilliant in point of color than the group of seven water-color pictures of a sunny flower-garden by Mrs. Sears.

" At the exhibition of the Philadelphia Water-Color Club, 1903, the Press said: "These brilliant and overpowering combinations of color carry to a limit not before reached the decorative possibilities of flowers.

Her works are seen in the exhibitions of the Society of American Artists and of the American Water-Color Society.

The portrait of Queen Victoria was exhibited at the Water-Color Club, Vienna.

Member of the Society of American Artists, New York; Copley Society, Boston; Water-Color Club, Boston.

Member of the New York and Boston Water-Color Clubs.

Member of Water-Color Club, Baltimore; Charcoal Club, Baltimore; L'Union des Femmes Peintres et Sculpteurs de France.

In 1893 she exhibited "Milly" and "Echo"; in 1894, "The Prodigal"; in 1895, a water-color, "Lilies"; in 1896, "Rejected"; in 1897, a portrait of Mrs. Laurence Phillips; in 1898, "The Song of Ages," reproduced in this book; in 1899, a portrait of Mrs. Arthur Strauss; and in 1900, one of Miss Vaughan.

She also practises etching, pen-and-ink drawing, as well as crayon and water-color sketching.

Here Elizabeth received lessons in water-color and landscape from Mr. Gray.

The covers are fac-simile reproductions in many colors of the finest oil and water-color paintings procurable.

There are some curious water-color drawings by Lance, remarkable mainly as forcibly painted, some exquisite color-pieces by William Hunt, and a number of fine examples of the matter-of-fact common-place which forms the great mass of pictures in the London exhibitions.

The water-color representation is, indeed, complete and interesting; but we have only present use with five of these drawings, by Turner, and from different stages of his progress.

I soon discovered that many of the water-color drawings on the walls were the work of Miss Willoughby, and when she saw I was interested in them she produced a portfolio of her sketches.

However this may be, an irresistible fascination emanated from this painting; but the water-color entitled The Apparition was perhaps even more disturbing.

As yet it was low water, and vessels lay aground in the mud, showing their hulls, and careening over in a way to rejoice a water-color painter.

"Lemonnier's an artistthe foremost man of the water-color school.

An oblong, green volume, secured by an elastic band; contains sketches in pencil and water-colors; value uncertainGood.

Some water-color drawings were pinned against the walls, and a well-filled bookcase stood in a recess beside the fireplace.