modernist

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  • A number of leading modernists took a more left-wing political view.
  • Not much is known about his early works except that his early style exhibited modernist forms.
  • He has been described as a classical modernist, a poet of modern life.
  • They were modernists, and most were around the age of twenty five when they first contributed.
  • He took up painting, and produced a number of post-modernist pieces.
  • It is, at the least, one of the high points of modernist legal theory.
  • Some modernists saw themselves as part of a revolutionary culture, that included political revolution.
  • He used both classical and modernist techniques, sometimes in separate works, and sometimes combined.
  • The progressive movement was almost dead and the modernist movement had started running out of ideas.
  • It was there that she first read many of the modernist poets who would influence her writing style.
  • He was a writer of considerable influence in the European modernist movement.
  • Taken from the modernist book, as only the old one exists on the page.
  • Other modernists took up political positions that did not fit neatly into the left/right model.
  • I should add that one of the modernists of our harbour has chosen it. Cited from Le Petit Nord, by Grenfell and Spalding
  • This was the first major modernist work to enter the collection.
  • The terms minimalist and post-modernist have also been applied to his later works.
  • Serialism is one of the most important post-war movements among the high modernist schools.
  • He was an accomplished reader of his own work, and a born modernist.
  • The modernist and conservative blocks then began to fight with each other.
  • The 1970s and onward saw new buildings being designed in a modernist style.
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Words starting with modernist

Meaning of modernist

  • noun An artist who makes a deliberate break with previous styles