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Use "unpaintable" in a sentence
"When Reckage asked Rennes whether he found Miss Carillon "unpaintable," the artist was conscious of a swift, piercing emotion, which passed, indeed, but left an ache."
"Little painters are always choosing their subjects and explaining that this or that may be pretty or interesting, but they will tell you it is "unpaintable""
"Second, Mr. Tuymans has dealt with some of the most dire episodes of modern history — notably the unspeakable (and unpaintable?) deeds of Nazi Germany, the racist cruelties of European colonialism, and 9/11 and its after-effects — all of which are represented here."