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pasticheur

Line breaks: pas|ti¦cheur
Pronunciation: /ˌpastiːˈʃəː
 
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Definition of pasticheur in English:

noun

An artist who imitates the style of another: the early paintings reveal him as merely a pasticheur with panache
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  • That artist - the ‘brilliant newcomer,’ ‘imitator,’ and consummate pasticheur - was Pablo Picasso.
  • Oddly, the pasticheur closest in spirit to Duchamp's double forgery In the Manner of Delvaux was Marcel Proust.
  • Its stated goal was to determine once and for all what the master painted and which pictures should be relegated to students, followers, and modern pasticheurs.

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