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Synonyms for limner

a painter or drawer of portraits

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Holbein taught Elizabeth I's limner and miniature painter Nicholas Hilliard, the first great English miniature painter, whose brilliant career spanned from 1560 until his death in 1616.
He achieved artistic prominence: He was knighted, and in 1823 George IV made him King's Limner and Painter in Scotland (a member of the royal household).
The response to this need for a visual language is the advent of the American Limner.
Thence he becomes a limner, a painter, a creator; and the picture glows beneath his hand, and the drama dilates in action under his glance, and he becomes a living and authentic witness to the past, and of all the circumstance she has undertaken to unfold.
The Creamery was also commended for its Single Mature Cheddar and Very Highly Commended and won Bronze in the Past Master Class, a category entered by those creameries which are limner Supreme Champion winners.
Markowitz (1952), Sharpe (1964), Limner (1965) and Mossin (1966) provide a basis for making investment decisions using the market model or the capital asset pricing model.
A limner, by photography dead beat in competition, Thus grumbled: no, it is opposed, art sees trade's opposition
and Burbage as limner and painter, see Reynolds, "Painter,"
com; or Martha Limner of La Cumbre, +1-305-665-6448 or limner@bellsouth.
lDerek Haydn Jones is in good form at Hereford as Tidal Wave (Jeff King) takes the novice handicap hurdle from Night Messenger (Charlie Vernon Miller/David Cartwright), and then Cartwright rides Limner to take the second leg of the novice chase from Stanway Lad (Frenchie Nicholson/ John Suthern).
En depit du fait que ce processus ait donne lieu a des debats publics daps le cadre dune campagne electorale, la participation canadiense a la mondialisation resulte dune democratie d'executif, dont le resultat est de limner les pouvoirs de l'Etat canadien sur une base technique et juridique.