Some articles on painted:
... For the Chiesa Santa Maria della Morte in Viterbo, Rosa painted his first and one of his few altarpieces with an Incredulity of Thomas ... About the same time he painted his own portrait, now in the National Gallery, London ... He painted a portrait of Masaniello—probably from reminiscence rather than life ...
... He painted history and orientalist paintings, and also undertook portraits ... They both painted the nude in lush settings, and were criticised for an apparent tendency towards an excess of sensuality in some of their paintings ... Normand painted the "King John Granting the Magna Carta" fresco at the Royal Exchange in London (painted 1900, restored 2001) ...
... For much of the company's life the locomotives were painted a light golden brown, often referred to by paintshop staff as "autumn leaf" or "golden ochre" ... From 1922 the goods engines were painted dark brown, followed by the rest of the locomotives in 1929 ... The LNER painted the survivors black ...
... Although Inland Lake, 1919, is the darkest picture that Dickinson had yet painted, it appears to represent a happy band of women, children, and men—four in sailor's uniforms—at sunset ... He painted it two months after his discharge from the navy at war's end at the family cottage at Sheldrake, on Cayuga Lake, where, according to a journal entry ...
... The Painted Desert is a broad area of badlands located on the Colorado Plateau in Northern Arizona ... The Painted Desert derives its name from the multitude of colored sediments and bentonite clay seen from its Chinle rock formation, left exposed by ... Most of the Painted Desert is located within the Navajo Nation, and is only accessible by foot ...
More definitions of "painted":
- (adj): Represented in a painting.
Example: "As idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean"
- (adj): Coated with paint.
Example: "Freshly painted lawn furniture"
- (adj): Having makeup applied.
Example: "Brazen painted faces"
Famous quotes containing the word painted:
“Come gather round me players all:
Come praise Nineteen-Sixteen,
Those from the pit and gallery
Or from the painted scene
That fought in the Post Office
Or round the City Hall....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“How many paltry, foolish, painted things
That now in coaches trouble every street
Shall be forgotten, whom no poet sings,
Ere they be well wrapped in their winding-sheet!”
—Michael Drayton (15631631)
“It is known that Whistler when asked how long it took him to paint one of his nocturnes answered: All of my life. With the same rigor he could have said that all of the centuries that preceded the moment when he painted were necessary. From that correct application of the law of causality it follows that the slightest event presupposes the inconceivable universe and, conversely, that the universe needs even the slightest of events.”
—Jorge Luis Borges (18991986)