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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of courbet:

Derived Form of courbet

plural: courbets
French painter noted for his realistic depiction of everyday scenes (1819-1877)
SynonymsGustave Courbet,
Type ofpainter,

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  1. of...And then that could be done like a Sargent or it could be done like a Courbet or it could
  2. It is by freeing oneself from the influence of Corot and Courbet that he could finally, just like them,
  3. Hye-Kyu Yang Paul Cezanne Gustave Courbet Take the work of
  4. The paintings are Gustave Courbet and Cezanne Yang Hye-kyu, installation artist
  5. In the next video, The flat of Gustave Courbet and Paul Cezanne
  6. some--and the painter, Gustav Courbet,
  7. Courbet also did an execution scene.
  8. Someone said of Courbet that he produced pictures as an apple tree produces apples.
  9. the column of which was brought down in 1871 at Courbet's
  10. Gustave Courbet painted a lot, in the area around
  11. Manet did one and so did Courbet.
  12. Tobin economic on the road no temporary file gosho Courbet
  13. After breaking up with Virginie Binet, Courbet erased it from his board and changed his own
  14. Lets look at portrait of Berlioz drawn by Gustave Courbet, a painter who is unlikely to agree with Berlioz's claim.
  15. Courbet, who was the first realist, was delighted to be able to draw a picture of a painter that he admired, but the composer himself was very upset when he saw this darkly portrayed portrait.
  16. Courbet seems to be enchanted with music so much that he portrays himself as a cellist.
  17. Les demoiselles des bords de la Seine'' by Courbet became their main inspiration.
  18. Realism - Gustave Courbet, 1849