limner limner


  • (n) a painter or drawer of portraits



  1. Primitive, untutored and serene, the anonymous 1670 Portrait of Henry Gibbs is a charming example of the limner's style.
  2. Hath found a limner in McDali.
  3. Margaret Gibbs is a classic example of the Puritan limner's art.


  • Ichabod Crane graduate’s artwork at Limner Gallery

    On Saturday, at the Limner Gallery in Hudson, a culmination of Sarah Haze’s love for art, biology and photography will be on display, detailing microscopic digital photography she has taken as part of
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Daily Mail

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