Definition of Claude Lorrain in English:

Claude Lorrain

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Pronunciation: /ˌklɔːd ləˈreɪn
 
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(also Lorraine)
( 1600–82), French painter; born Claude Gellée. His classical landscapes are notable for their rendering of light and atmosphere. Notable works: Ascanius and the Stag (1682).

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