Definition of intimist in English:


adjective & noun

See intimism

  • ‘Static, balanced and hushed, this painting is both classical and intimist in spirit.’
  • ‘Relying on this intimist perspective, Flam's discussions of individual paintings sometimes depart startlingly from others' readings of the same material.’
  • ‘These intimist images project a color-saturated density that is unique in Seidman's work to date.’
  • ‘Whatever his technical limitations, however, Vrel's interiors are memorable intimist images of domestic quietism.’
  • ‘In a sense, the relatively small scale of the tableware corresponds to a shift toward more intimist and even domestic projects on Turrell's part.’