Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Painting"

The meaning of "Painting" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "Now that we have finished painting the house, there is nothing left for being done."
or
"Now that we have finished painting the house, there is nothing left to do"
Which one is right? please help me😭 mean?
A: The second one is correct.
You can also say:
Now that we have finished painting the house, there is nothing left to be done.
Q: What does His paintings of the Spanish royal family show his great skills as a classical painter "while" his bold and daring creativity revealed in his later years anticipates geniuses like Manet and Picasso.
Why can't I use when to replace while in this sentence? mean?
A: Because “when” is used to describe a point in time, but “while” in this sentence describes a comparison/contrast between the style of his early work and his later work.

Correct: I am a redhead, while my sister is a blonde. (Compares/contrasts our different hair colors.)

Incorrect: I am a redhead when my sister is a blonde. (That means, when my sister changes her hair color, so must I!)
Q: What does I made painting the house my project for the summer. mean?
A: 「塗る」です。描いてない。
Q: What does how would you describe this painting mean?
A: He/she is asking your opinion about the painting. Or what do you think about this painting?
Q: What does painting (when it indicates pain) mean?
A: Paining means causing someone pain. Example - it pains me to say this (means it is causing me pain to tell you)

Example sentences using "Painting"

Q: Please show me example sentences with His paintings are pretty, but they don't have much _______.(A)exception(B) origin(C)originality(D)uncertainty.
A: C originality

She sings well, but her songs don't have much originality.
She sings well, but her songs aren't very original.

don't = do not
aren't = are not
Q: Please show me example sentences with painting.
A: The paintings of Pablo Picasso are a masterpiece.

The paintings at jahangir art gallery are phenomenal
Q: Please show me example sentences with painting.
A: She is painting a picture.
I love this painting!

Synonyms of "Painting" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I don't know if the painting is authentic. and I don't know if the painting is genuine. ?
A: They are both correct, but the more common thing to say is "I don't know if the painting is authentic"
Q: What is the difference between painting and picture ?
A: A painting is a piece of artwork that one has painted. A picture could be painted but is usually from a camera.
Q: What is the difference between painting and picture ?
A: like you can say:
can i have a picture with you
or
can i take a photo with you
Q: What is the difference between meet a beautiful painting and find a beautiful painting ?
A: @xiaobai54688: you're welcome! Your English is great and I'm happy to help you get even better :)
Q: What is the difference between painting and picture and drawing ?
A: Painting is an illustration drawn using paint. Mona Lisa is a painting.
Picture can be a photograph. It's a visual presentation of something.
Drawing is a picture drawn by pencils, pens etc.

Translations of "Painting"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Many of paintings Or Many of the paintings?
A: Many of the paintings
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? これらの絵も素敵な新しい家を喜んでいると思います。These paintings seem pleased to be such an amazing new home? These paintings seem pleased with such an amazing new home?
A: Looks pretty good. Just add the word in like I did.

These paintings seem pleased to be IN such an amazing new home.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If my painting winds up in the museum and yours doesn’t, you’ll regret bragging. In this sentence, what does ‘wind up’ mean?
A: winds up may mean "take place" or "to be found".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I want to say: I don't like make paintings (I don't like process), but I like to look at the paintings (such as a Mona Lisa). If I say "I hate drawing, but I like paintings" will It be correctly?
A: Yes, that is correct.
You could also say "I don't like the process of painting, but I like to look at paintings."
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? when you're painting and it has several colors, would you say "it became gradation."? It's getting graduation? or are there any other way to say?
A: "Gradient"/"a gradient of colors" is perfect! Also, "fading" and "melting" are good adjectives. How would you say it in Japanese?

Other questions about "Painting"

Q: I'm painting on the wall with white. Does it sound good? (I don't think so…)
A: It would sound more natural to say, "I'm painting the wall white."
Q: The painting's representation is simplicity. does this sound natural?
A: The painting represents simplicity.
Q: what are you painting?I'm painting the house. does this sound natural?
A: Just say it a little bit faster
Q: I'm interested in painting.

I'm interested in paintings. does this sound natural?
A: Well, In my opinion both are okay. The first is talking about the hobby of painting. you know, art, and those things. And the second one is talking about a group of things, you said paintings, but maybe you should say something more, like, I'am interested in Picasso paintings. Or I'am interested in modern paintings.
Q: Why do you think paintings by artists like van Gogh are so valuable today?What do you think motivates people to spend tens of millions of dollars for a painting?


Van Gogh were a very unsociable person.At that time, no one bought his paintings, even know them.And his steps were faster than other painters, so his painting style and his works were surely not recognized and appreciated by people.Moreover, he were very young when he died.There was no doubt that there were not many paintings he left.And people said that "when the fruit is scarcest, its taste is sweetest."Based on the above reasons, his paintings are so valuable today.There are all kinds of people around the world.Some are fond of collecting antiques.Those antiques actually are priceless treasures in their mind, so they are willing to spend money no matter how much they have. does this sound natural?
A: Mostly good but a few mistakes here and there:
Van Gogh was a very unsociable person.

At that time, no one would buy his paintings, much have heard of them.

And the steps he took to create a painting were faster than that of other paintings so his painting style and works were surely not recognized nor appreciated by many people.

Moreover he was very young when he died and did not leave many paintings behind.

Some are fond of collecting antiques.

Those antiques are actually priceless treasures in their minds, so they are willing to pay for them no matter how much money the have.

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