Translation:Mary and my sister are painters and sculptors.
Maria and my sister are painters and SCULPTRESSES!!! Like it or not, a Sculptress is a female sculptor. Sculptor is acceptable, but sculptress is the most correct way of saying sculptorita in English.
I'm not exactly sure what the nuance of this sentence means. Specifically, as an English speaker, I have trouble with the plural form of "painter" and "sculptor".
What I think it means precisely in English is: "Mary and my sister are painter and sculptor[, respectively]." Can I get some clarification on how this works in Ro?
The original translation is good. But if you're curious, the most accurate translation would be "Mary and my sister are paintresses and sculptresses".
The words pictorițe and sculptorițe are plurals for female painters and female sculptors, respectively.