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Durand

[duh-rand] /dəˈrænd/
noun
1.
Asher Brown, 1796–1886, U.S. engraver and landscape painter of the Hudson River School.
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  • Durand's work is marked throughout by sincerity and skill, if not by genius.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • My boys are all dear to me, but Durand and Gordon peculiarly so.

    Peggy Stewart at School Gabrielle E. Jackson
  • I promised Durand to meet him at the caf this evening; I must go.

  • The work was excellently done and established Durand's reputation.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • Durand made no further objection, though he knew that 141 both Jacques and Isabeau would censure him for yielding to her.

    Joan of Arc Lucy Foster Madison
  • Joined with Durand as the earliest of the landscapists is Thomas Cole.

    American Men of Mind Burton E. Stevenson
  • At the end of it she passed into the cool shade of a music-shop with the name “Durand” on its faade.

    The Lion's Share E. Arnold Bennett
  • Desmarest and Durand the tower was finally restored as you may see it now.

    The Story of Rouen Sir Theodore Andrea Cook
  • Durand took her by the arm and elbow, prepared to hold her up if she showed signs of fainting.

    The White Sister F. Marion Crawford

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