[ UK /sˈiːskeɪp/ ]
- a view of the sea
- a painting of the sea (as distinguished from a landscape)
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- He often concentrated on views of rivers or estuaries with a strong diagonal axis, and also occasionally painted seascapes.
- The three "Nocturnal" pieces, each a different size with distinct proportions, depict three registers of texturally delineated landscape (rocky pier), seascape (bark-like waves) and night sky (studded with stars) are particularly satisfying -- minimal or abstract versions of a Van Gogh nocturne at the De Young Museum in the current Post-Impressionism show. ArtScene: Current California Exhibitions You Should See
- He's here with a delicate architectural sketch ("Fountains Abbey," 1797), a shimmering seascape ("The Blue Rigi, Sunrise," 1842), and even a majestic landscape. Magical, Layered, Transparent
- The far-flung views offer one of the most superb blends of seascape and mountain possible.
- Even for the uninitiated, this exhibition is a show of the most astonishing landscapes and seascapes.
- Something of Turner's seascapes, where everything appears to be roiling, comes through.
- The seascape window was curtained against brisk wind.
- Seeing a multicolored-panel sculpture laid out against the seascape was a beautiful fusion of nature and art. Stars and Stripes
- He continued to paint large-scale portrait arrangements but the Nocturnes were largely replaced by intimate little seascapes, landscapes, townscapes, and interiors in oil and watercolours.
- The exhibition explores the blue pigments, fabrics, papers, and paints used in seascapes and landscapes, floral bandboxes, a charming calamanco quilt, and blue and white ceramics.