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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Painting and drawing
seascapesea‧scape /ˈsiːskeɪp/ noun [countable]  AVPa picture of the sea
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seascapeNever settle for painting a still life with nets and anchor just because you are afraid seascapes are too complex.She painted portraits, flower pieces and seascapes but her consistently favourite subject seems to have been women.A nerve-wracking wait added to the mounting psychological pressure as we charted the progress of the sun over the Anglesey seascape.Next year brought her a Titian and in 1898 Berenson persuaded her to buy Rembrandt's only known seascape.The land seascape had an abandoned quality and a largeness that made the heart swell out to fill it.People thought she was a canned-soup heiress who painted seascapes with birds.Two Rembrandts have gone, including the priceless seascape, but not the self-portrait.For example, the challenging, rampaging storms of Turner's seascapes are, like most romantic paintings, energetically anticlockwise.
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