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pintor [pin.tûr.] : painter (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: pintor: painter ]

Derivatives of pintor

n. (person)1. painteran artist who paints.
~ abstract artist, abstractionista painter of abstract pictures.
~ artist, creative persona person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination.
~ colorista painter able to achieve special effects with color.
~ cubistan artist who adheres to the principles of cubism.
~ dauberan unskilled painter.
~ distortionista painter who introduces distortions.
~ fauve, fauvista member of a group of French painters who followed fauvism.
~ genre paintera painter of scenes from everyday life.
~ impressionista painter who follows the theories of Impressionism.
~ landscapistsomeone who paints landscapes.
~ miniaturistsomeone who paints tiny pictures in great detail.
~ muralista painter of murals.
~ oil paintera painter who uses oil paints.
~ old mastera great European painter prior to 19th century.
~ pointillista painter who uses the technique of pointillism.
~ limner, portrait painter, portraitist, portrayera painter or drawer of portraits.
~ post-impressionist, postimpressionistan artist of the Postimpressionist school who revolted against Impressionism.
~ realista painter who represents the world realistically and not in an idealized or romantic style.
~ scene painter, scenic artistan artist specializing in scenic subjects.
~ watercolorist, watercolourista painter who paints with watercolors.
~ alberti, leon battista albertiItalian architect and painter; pioneering theoretician of Renaissance architecture (1404-1472).
~ vanessa bell, vanessa stephen, bellEnglish painter; sister of Virginia Woolf; prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group (1879-1961).
~ benton, thomas hart bentonUnited States artist whose paintings portrayed life in the Midwest and South (1889-1975).
~ blake, william blakevisionary British poet and painter (1757-1827).
~ braque, georges braqueFrench painter who led the cubist movement (1882-1963).
~ cezanne, paul cezanneFrench Post-impressionist painter who influenced modern art (especially cubism) by stressing the structural components latent in nature (1839-1906).
~ chagall, marc chagallFrench painter (born in Russia) noted for his imagery and brilliant colors (1887-1985).
~ chirico, giorgio de chiricoItalian painter (born in Greece) whose deep shadows and barren landscapes strongly influenced the surrealists (1888-1978).
~ john constable, constableEnglish landscape painter (1776-1837).
~ copley, john copley, john singleton copleyAmerican painter who did portraits of Paul Revere and John Hancock before fleeing to England to avoid the American Revolution (1738-1815).
~ corot, jean baptiste camille corotFrench painter of Italian landscapes (1796-1875).
~ courbet, gustave courbetFrench painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877).
~ dali, salvador dalisurrealist Spanish painter (1904-1989).
~ daumier, honore daumierFrench painter best known for his satirical lithographs of bourgeois society (1808-1879).
~ jacques louis david, davidFrench neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825).
~ stuart davis, davisUnited States painter who developed an American version of cubism (1894-1964).
~ degas, edgar degas, hilaire germain edgar degasFrench impressionist painter (1834-1917).
~ de kooning, willem de kooningUnited States painter (born in the Netherlands) who was a leading American exponent of abstract expressionism (1904-1997).
~ delacroix, eugene delacroix, ferdinand victor eugene delacroixFrench romantic painter (1798-1863).
~ andre derain, derainFrench painter and exponent of fauvism (1880-1954).
~ dufy, raoul dufyFrench painter noted for brightly colored scenes (1877-1953).
~ ernst, max ernstpainter (born in Germany, resident of France and the United States) who was a cofounder of dadaism; developed the technique of collage (1891-1976).
~ fragonard, jean honore fragonardFrench artist whose rococo paintings typified the frivolity of life in the royal court of France in the 18th century (1732-1806).
~ fry, roger eliot fry, roger fryEnglish painter and art critic (1866-1934).
~ gainsborough, thomas gainsboroughEnglish portrait and landscape painter (1727-1788).
~ gauguin, paul gauguinFrench Post-impressionist painter who worked in the South Pacific (1848-1903).
~ alberto giacometti, giacomettiSwiss sculptor and painter known for his bronze sculptures of elongated figures (1901-1966).
~ francisco de goya, francisco goya, francisco jose de goya, francisco jose de goya y lucientes, goya, goya y lucientesSpanish painter well known for his portraits and for his satires (1746-1828).
~ duncan grant, duncan james corrow grant, grantScottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978).
~ gris, jaun grisSpanish cubist painter (1887-1927).
~ childe hassam, frederick childe hassam, hassamUnited States painter noted for brilliant colors and bold brushwork (1859-1935).
~ hokusai, katsushika hokusaiJapanese painter whose work influenced the impressionists (1760-1849).
~ winslow homer, homerUnited States painter best known for his seascapes (1836-1910).
~ ingres, jean auguste dominique ingresFrench classical painter (1780-1867).
~ kandinski, kandinsky, wassily kandinski, wassily kandinskyRussian painter who was a pioneer of abstract art (1866-1944).
~ rockwell kent, kentUnited States painter noted for his woodcuts (1882-1971).
~ ernst ludwig kirchner, kirchnerGerman expressionist painter (1880-1938).
~ klee, paul kleeSwiss painter influenced by Kandinsky (1879-1940).
~ gustav klimt, klimtAustrian painter influenced by art nouveau (1862-1918).
~ franz joseph kline, franz kline, klineUnited States abstract expressionist painter (1910-1962).
~ krasner, lee krasnerUnited States artist remembered for her spontaneous approach to painting; she was a founder of the New York school of abstract expressionism (1908-1984).
~ sir thomas lawrence, lawrenceEnglish portrait painter remembered for the series of portraits of the leaders of the alliance against Napoleon (1769-1830).
~ fernand leger, legerFrench painter who was an early cubist (1881-1955).
~ lichtenstein, roy lichtensteinUnited States painter who was a leading exponent of pop art (1923-1997).
~ l. s. lowry, laurence stephen lowry, lowryEnglish painter (1887-1976).
~ magritte, rene magritteBelgian surrealist painter (1898-1967).
~ kazimir malevich, kazimir severinovich malevich, malevichRussian abstract painter (1878-1935).
~ edouard manet, manetFrench painter whose work influenced the impressionists (1832-1883).
~ andrea mantegna, mantegnaItalian painter and engraver noted for his frescoes (1431-1506).
~ reginald marsh, marshUnited States painter (1898-1954).
~ henri emile benoit matisse, henri matisse, matisseFrench painter and sculptor; leading figure of fauvism (1869-1954).
~ jean francois millet, milletFrench painter of rural scenes (1814-1875).
~ joan miro, miroSpanish surrealist painter (1893-1983).
~ amedeo modigliano, modiglianiItalian painter and sculptor (1884-1920).
~ claude monet, monetFrench impressionist painter (1840-1926).
~ samuel f. b. morse, samuel finley breese morse, samuel morse, morseUnited States portrait painter who patented the telegraph and developed the Morse code (1791-1872).
~ anna mary robertson moses, grandma moses, mosesUnited States painter of colorful and primitive rural scenes (1860-1961).
~ motherwell, robert motherwellUnited States abstract expressionist painter (1915-1991).
~ edvard munch, munchNorwegian painter (1863-1944).
~ bartolome esteban murillo, murilloSpanish painter (1617-1682).
~ georgia okeeffe, o'keeffeUnited States painter (1887-1986).
~ maxfield frederick parrish, maxfield parrish, parrishUnited States painter (1870-1966).
~ pablo picasso, picassoprolific and influential Spanish artist who lived in France (1881-1973).
~ jackson pollock, pollockUnited States artist famous for painting with a drip technique; a leader of abstract expressionism in America (1912-1956).
~ reynolds, sir joshua reynoldsEnglish portrait painter and first president of the Royal Academy (1723-1792).
~ mark rothko, rothkoUnited States abstract painter (born in Russia) whose paintings are characterized by horizontal bands of color with indistinct boundaries (1903-1970).
~ henri rousseau, le douanier rousseau, rousseauFrench primitive painter (1844-1910).
~ john singer sargent, sargentUnited States painter (born in Italy) known for his society portraits (1856-1925).
~ georges pierre seurat, georges seurat, seuratFrench painter who developed pointillism (1859-1891).
~ ben shahn, benjamin shahn, shahnUnited States artist whose work reflected social and political themes (1898-1969).
~ david alfaro siqueiros, david siqueiros, siqueirosMexican painter of murals depicting protest and revolution (1896-1974).
~ chaim soutine, soutineFrench expressionist painter (born in Lithuania) (1893-1943).
~ frank philip stella, frank stella, stellaUnited States minimalist painter (born in 1936).
~ gilbert charles stuart, gilbert stuart, stuartUnited States painter best known for his portraits of George Washington (1755-1828).
~ sully, thomas sullyUnited States painter (born in England) of portraits and historical scenes (1783-1872).
~ tanguy, yves tanguyUnited States surrealist painter (born in France) (1900-1955).
~ giovanni battista tiepolo, tiepoloItalian painter (1696-1770).
~ mark tobey, tobeyUnited States abstract painter influenced by oriental calligraphy (1890-1976).
~ henri toulouse-lautrec, toulouse-lautrecFrench painter who portrayed life in the cafes and music halls of Montmartre (1864-1901).
~ john trumbull, trumbullAmerican painter of historical scenes (1756-1843).
~ joseph mallord william turner, turnerEnglish landscape painter whose treatment of light and color influenced the French impressionists (1775-1851).
~ maurice utrillo, utrilloFrench painter noted for his paintings of Parisian street scenes (1883-1955).
~ gogh, van gogh, vincent van goghDutch Post-impressionist painter noted for his use of color (1853-1890).
~ vasarely, viktor vasarelyFrench painter (born in Hungary) who was a pioneer of op art (1908-1997).
~ giorgio vasari, vasariItalian painter and art historian (1511-1574).
~ elisabeth vigee-lebrun, marie louise elisabeth vigee-lebrun, vigee-lebrunFrench painter noted for her portraits (1755-1842).
~ maurice de vlaminck, vlaminckFrench painter and exponent of fauvism (1876-1958).
~ edouard vuillard, jean edouard vuillard, vuillardFrench painter (1868-1940).
~ andy warhol, warholUnited States artist who was a leader of the Pop Art movement (1930-1987).
~ max weber, weberUnited States abstract painter (born in Russia) (1881-1961).
~ benjamin west, westEnglish painter (born in America) who became the second president of the Royal Academy (1738-1820).
~ james abbott mcneill whistler, whistlerUnited States painter (1834-1903).
~ grant wood, woodUnited States painter noted for works based on life in the Midwest (1892-1942).
~ andrew wyeth, wyethUnited States painter (born in 1917).
n. (person)2. paintera worker who is employed to cover objects with paint.
~ finishera painter who applies a finishing coat.
~ house paintera painter of houses a similar buildings.
~ letterera painter of letters.
~ scene paintera painter of theatrical scenery.
~ sign paintersomeone who paints signs and billboards etc..
~ skilled worker, skilled workman, trained workera worker who has acquired special skills.
~ stipplera painter who stipples (creates a stippled effect).
n. (artifact)3. paintera line that is attached to the bow of a boat and used for tying up (as when docking or towing).
~ boata small vessel for travel on water.
~ linesomething (as a cord or rope) that is long and thin and flexible.; "a washing line"
n. (animal)4. catamount, cougar, felis concolor, mountain lion, painter, panther, pumalarge American feline resembling a lion.
~ felis, genus felistype genus of the Felidae: true cats and most wildcats.
~ wildcatany small or medium-sized cat resembling the domestic cat and living in the wild.