artist


artist
noun
1 person who creates works of art
ADJECTIVE
accomplished, gifted, great, talented
celebrated, distinguished, established, famous, influential, leading, major, master (esp. AmE), renowned, successful, top-selling, well-known, world-renowned
aspiring, budding, emerging, up-and-coming

She set up the gallery so that up-and-coming artists could exhibit their work.

lesser-known, struggling, unknown
amateur, professional
freelance
self-taught
serious

He is a serious artist, and totally committed to his work.

prolific
local
creative
real, true

My husband is a real artist in the kitchen. (figurative)

fine
commercial
folk
abstract, conceptual, figurative, performance, visual
ceramic, graphic, mixed-media, watercolour/watercolor
Impressionist, pop
landscape, war (esp. BrE), wildlife
graffiti, pavement (BrE), sidewalk (AmE)
make-up, tattoo
comic, comic-book
avant-garde, contemporary, living, modern
19th-century, etc.
VERB + ARTIST
commission

In 1942 the city commissioned war artist John Piper to paint its bombed cathedral.

feature, showcase

The museum's featured artists include Degas, Cézanne and Renoir.

an exhibition featuring wildlife artist Emma Gray

promote, represent

The agency began to represent Chinese artists.

inspire

Artists are inspired by beauty.

ARTIST + VERB
create sth, design sth, draw (sth), paint (sth), produce sth

an artist who paints in oils

work

artists who work in different media

experiment with sth, explore sth

The artists explored common themes.

depict sb/sth, portray sb/sth

the many ways in which artists depict the human figure

specialize in sth

a group of artists who specialize in jazz-themed art

exhibit sth, show sth

Local artists are currently exhibiting their work at the gallery.

PHRASES
an artist in residence

the new artist in residence at the Tate Gallery

2 a professional entertainer
ADJECTIVE
guest

The Blue Note Quartet will be the guest artists tomorrow night.

solo
recording
escape, mime (esp. BrE), trapeze
hip-hop, rap, reggae, etc.
spoken-word (esp. AmE)
VERB + ARTIST
feature

The festival featured up-and-coming young artists.

promote, represent
sign
ARTIST + VERB
perform (sth)
work
record (sth)

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