- simple past tense and past participle of landscape
Variant of landscape
- a picture representing a section of natural, inland scenery, as of prairie, woodland, mountains, etc.
- the branch of painting, photography, etc. dealing with such pictures
- an expanse of natural scenery considered in terms of its visual effect
Origin of landscape17th-c. art borrowing (cf. easel, lay figure) ; from Dutch landschap ; from land, land + -schap, -ship: earlier also landskip, akin to Old English landscipe, German landschaft
transitive verblandscaped, landscaping
to change the natural features of (a plot of ground) so as to make it more attractive, as by adding lawns, trees, bushes, etc.
to work as a landscape architect or gardener