Obama was as stunned as if that other Romney in the portrait had come to life and appeared before him.
Poetry would be too obvious, too ‘portrait of the artist as a young nuisance’.
In his portrait of a castrato, Andrea Sacchi let a well-hung Apollo make up for the singer's loss.
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If anything, Gross seems to be engaging in wishful thinking, painting a portrait of the economy that would be wonderful if true.
The portrait was not wanting in force or decision of touch, but the drawing was defective.
The portrait responded not; so I sought an answer for myself.
This book is prefaced by the portrait of the author, given above.
Some of the artists mentioned above were also portrait painters.
In one room was a portrait of the king, which was very like him.
1560s, "a figure, drawn or painted," a back formation from portraiture or directly from Middle French portrait, from Old French portret (13c.), noun use of past participle of portraire "to paint, depict" (see portray). Especially of the head and face of a person.