Rhyparography

• (n.) In ancient art, the painting of genre or still-life pictures.
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Rhyparography

Rhy`pa·rog'ra·phy noun [ Greek ............ painting foul or mean objects; 'ryparo`s filthy, dirty + gra`fein to write, paint.] In ancient art, the painting of genre or still-life pictures.
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rhyparography

genre or still-life pictures of sordid subjects
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rhyparography

rhyparography, rhypography; rhyparographer, rhyparographist, rhyparographic 1. The painting or description of sordid objects; lower class art. 2. The genre or still-life pictures of sordid subjects. 3. The paintings or, sometimes, the literary depictions of mean, unworthy, or sordid, subjects.
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