old master

  1. a great European painter prior to 19th century
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  • It is a sorry fact of today's opera world that homogenized loudness is often valued above individualized refinement, yet Mr. Calleja's plangent cantabile phrasing, in which each note is connected in a seamless golden line, recalls the old masters like Gigli whose voice his most resembles and more recent exponents of exquisite vocal art, like Carlo Bergonzi and the late Alain Vanzo. Here to Deal With the Devil
  • The nursery school had taught the old masters a lesson. The Sun
  • Sallenave was an avid collector of butterflies, as well as Old Master prints and rare books, particularly those printed before 1501, so-called incunabula. The Art Thief
  • The nursery school had taught the old masters a lesson. The Sun
  • The man was marvellous, nonchalantly building to crescendos with the fine-tuned trickery of an old master.
  • A trip to Europe then allegedly resulted in an outpouring of homages to the old masters and to European architecture.
  • – Kelly Crow Cahn International AG This 23-year-old fair got its start selling Dutch Old Master paintings, but today it sells everything from antiquities – like this 470 B.C. red-figure hydria from Attic – to contemporary artworks. Inside the European Fine Art Fair
  • His interests run the gamut - Old Master paintings, vintage posters, 19 th-century prints, abstracts, bronzes and stone sculpture from Zimbabwe.
  • THE signs are promising for the old master and his young apprentice. The Sun
  • The walls were hung with ancient tapestries and portraits, some of which she could identify as Old Masters.
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