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draughtsman

(US), draftsman
1. a person skilled in drawing
2. Brit any of the 12 flat thick discs used by each player in the game of draughts
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Because no one was as fine a draughtswoman as Carrington, Amor suggested that she could, at the very least, gather a group of choice works on paper.
The model for the woman was perhaps Suzanne Valadon (who posed for both Degas and Lautrec), unmarried mother of Maurice Utrillo and herself a draughtswoman of some merit.
A former tracer draughtswoman, she has technical construction expertise to support her selling skills.
Alongside gallery regulars, such as Valerie Ganz, William Selwyn and Gwyn Roberts, the are some exciting newcomers, including Bath-based painter Dominic Hills and Niki Pilkington, a Welsh draughtswoman whose clients include Sir Paul McCartney.
"It showcases a different way of living and proves that we don't need as much money to live as we think we do, especially if we grow our own food." Judith, 50, is a former technical draughtswoman who retrained in organic and permaculture production.
A draughtswoman with the MEB until she retired, Beryl worked for the local fire service as a fire warden during the last war.
Another huge influence was about to enter the handsome young Puglian's life - Anne, who was training to be a draughtswoman. Cristina De Giorgi takes up the story.
(20) 'Developing leftist political sympathies' and an enduring love of design and literature--including crime fiction--led design artist, draughtswoman, interior decorator, bibliophile and feminist, Bessie Mitchell (later Guthrie) (1905-77) to establish Viking Press in mid-1939.
She quickly progressed to the position of senior draughtswoman, a job she enjoyed and excelled at.
Sutton was a graduate of the four-year Interior Decoration and Design program of Art (Emily Carr College of Art and Design) and worked as a draughtswoman with the B.C.
She'd train every day by cycling to and from her work as a draughtswoman, but the real dedication came in getting to and from the races.
Previously, Gail left school and trained as a draughtswoman and worked for a variety of engineering and construction companies.