the works of a writer, painter, or the like, taken as a whole.
any one of the works of a writer, painter, or the like.
a work of art, literature, music, etc
the total output of a writer, painter, etc
[ultimately from Latin
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And his oeuvre didn't exactly get less sensational or surreal from there.
And, by the way, the oeuvre exists outside our own interpretations.
Slight as his oeuvre had been, it proved impossible to forget.
The entire oeuvre of the machine had been executed in private sessions with the company's team.
Before he became a pop artist, he had an oeuvre of representational painting that anyone could appreciate.
Artists' personalities are important to the marketability of their oeuvre.
Other important facets of his oeuvre are more summarily dealt with.
It really should be the oeuvre of the photographers who shot her.
No definitive account of his photographic oeuvre exists, either.
In an oeuvre characterised by so little reiteration, the echo is enjoyable.
These days, he cycles selections from his vast oeuvre in and out of circulation.
And yet, nothing could be more fraudulent than the idea of a homogeneous oeuvre with a single name attached to it.
If the book is judged deficient, cite a successful example along the same lines, from the author's oeuvre or elsewhere.