landscape

a collection of natural and cultural features that characterize a particular district or region; a portion of the earth's surface that can be taken in from a single viewpoint at ground level

Landscape

recording the environment as the principal subject matter for an image.

Landscape

The orientation of the page so that the long edge is along the bottom. Sometimes referred to as horizontal. The opposite of portrait.

Landscape

a mosaic of repeated ecosystems in a given geographic area. The land is heterogeneous, but there are structural and functional relationships among the matrix and the various patches and corridors.
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Landscape

The traits, patterns, and structure of a specific geographic area, including its biological composition, its physical environment, and its anthropogenic or social patterns. An area where interacting ecosystems are grouped and repeated in similar form.
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landscape

[n] - an expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view 2. [n] - painting depicting an expanse of natural scenery 3. [n] - a genre of art dealing with the depiction of natural scenery 4. [v] - embellish with plants 5. [v] - do landscape gardening
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Landscape

Oblong loose or folded printed sheet, or book, having its long sides at head and foot.
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Landscape

Artist style in which width is greater than height. (Portrait is opposite.)
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Landscape

Categorisation for artist paintings that predominantly features natural scenery rather than figures, architecture or other objects. British Artists showing at Red Rag Modern British Art Gallery and specialising in Landscape paintings include: Stephen Brown , Andrew Macara, Stephen Outram and Tom Wanless
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Landscape

In printing terms, Landscape is used when describing the paper orientation. In this case the width of the page is greater than the height.
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Landscape

Work in which the width used is greater than the height. Also used to indicate the orientation of tables or illustrations that are printed 'sideways'.
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Landscape

One of the principal types or genres of Western art. However, the appreciation of nature for its own sake and its choice as a specific subject for art is a relatively recent phenomenon. Until the seventeenth century landscape was confined to the background of paintings dealing principally with religious, mythological or historical subjects (History...
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Landscape

Land'scape noun [ Formerly written also landskip .] [ Dutch landschap ; land land + - schap , equiv. to English -schip ; akin to German landschaft , Swedish landskap , Danish landskab . See Land , and -schip .] 1.
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landscape

1. A portion of land or territory which the eye can comprehend in a single view, including all the objects it contains. ... 2. A picture representing a scene by land or sea, actual or fancied, the chief subject being the general aspect of nature, as fields, hills, forests, water. Etc. ... 3. The pictorial aspect of a country. 'The landscape of his ...
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landscape

landscape painting noun a genre of art dealing with the depiction of natural scenery
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landscape

noun an extensive mental viewpoint; `the political landscape looks bleak without a change of administration`; `we changed the landscape for solving the problem of payroll inequity`
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landscape

noun an expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view
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landscape

verb do landscape gardening; `My sons landscapes for corporations and earns a good living`
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Landscape

• (n.) The pictorial aspect of a country. • (n.) A portion of land or territory which the eye can comprehend in a single view, including all the objects it contains. • (n.) A picture representing a scene by land or sea, actual or fancied, the chief subject being the general aspect of nature, as fields, hills, forests, water. etc.Land...
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landscape

(from the article `painting`) Idealized landscapes were common subjects for fresco decoration in Roman villas. Landscape painting (as exemplified by a Chinese landscape scroll by ... Circumstances encouraged Renoir to attempt a new freedom and experimentation in his style. The convention of the time was that a painting—even a ... ...
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Landscape

the landforms of a region in the aggregate; the land surface and its associated habitats at scales of hectares to many square kilometers (for most vertebrates); a spatially heterogeneous area (Turner 1989:173); mosaic of habitat types occupying a spatial scale intermediate between an organism's normal home-range size and its regional distribution (...
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Landscape

the landforms of a region in the aggregate; the land surface and its associated habitats at scales of hectares to many square kilometers (for most vertebrates); a spatially heterogeneous area (Turner 1980:173); mosaic of habitat types occupying a spatial scale intermediate between an organism's normal home-range size and its regional distribution (...
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Landscape

A painting in which the subject matter is natural scenery
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Landscape

Landscape is a term applied to a portion of land or territory which the eye can comprehend in a single view, and to a painting of such.
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Landscape

A painting in which the subject matter is natural scenery.
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