artistic movement


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n artistic movement a group of artists who agree on general principles
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In literature:

The artistic and intellectual movements of London had made their various demands upon his time and energies.
"The Research Magnificent" by H. G. Wells
The artist turned from his easel with a natural movement, and then in a flash had captured the doctor by the coat collar.
"The Trees of Pride" by G.K. Chesterton
Every movement of her lithe figure had an exquisite grace, whose charm was soothing to the artist's eye.
"Arachne, Complete" by Georg Ebers
He was fascinated by the froth and sparkle of the gold rush, and viewed its life and movement with an artist's eye.
"Smoke Bellew" by Jack London
The artist is middle-sized, thin, a little stooping, with a quick, nervous movement.
"Passages From The American Notebooks, Volume 2" by Nathaniel Hawthorne
This brings into action the entire vocal mechanism, in fact all the powers of the singer; hence these movements become a part of the great artist.
"The Renaissance of the Vocal Art" by Edmund Myer
One young girl, whose figure and movements would have kindled the eye of an artist, looked up and appeared as if she would smile.
"Waysiders" by Seumas O'Kelly
All around you, I said, lie the conditions for a great artistic movement for every great art.
"Miscellanies" by Oscar Wilde
All forms of artistic and other expression imply movements.
"Voice Production in Singing and Speaking" by Wesley Mills
The two artists who give the true thrill of this phase of the modern movement are without question Pissarro and Sisley.
"Adventures in the Arts" by Marsden Hartley

In news:

Willem de Kooning , considered one of the greatest artists of his time and a pioneer in the abstract expressionist movement, died in East Hampton, NY.
But its particular brand of civic and economic decay has also drawn something unexpected: a small but well-publicized movement of artists and other creative types trying to wring something out of the rubble.
The aesthetics of decline—a gathering movement that features artists and other creators shedding the mode of bling for blight—has yet to take over New York, but it's on fire around the globe.
Cartier -Bresson captured moments and movements of profound social change with an artist's eye.
In the example of the civil rights movement , participants often blended the political with the artistic.
Besides co-founding the Mission District's murals movement, he was among the band of Zap Comix artists who, beginning in the '60s, pioneered the underground comics scene.
Multi-media artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph noticed that there wasn't a lot of overlap between the environmental movement and the people actually living in some of the most compromised environments in America.
International Artist, Charles Jean-Pierre, on Quest to Push the Culture Movement Forward.
Although it sets out to document a hopeful narrative of social change, Let Fury Have the Hour also demonstrates the clarifying and fertilizing effects of authoritarianism on artistic movements.
MARQUETTE — Combining music, movement and paint, artist David Garibaldi can craft a large-scale painting of just about anyone in a matter of minutes — live, on stage.
Latino host Jasmine Garsd discusses how the Brazilian artistic movement of Tropicália, also known as Tropicalismo, emerged and became a prominent force in Latin American music.
Latino host Jasmine Garsd discusses how the Brazilian artistic movement of Tropicália, also known as Tropicalismo.
In Plein Air, Painting the American Landscape, viewers accompany some of America's most acclaimed contemporary Plein Air landscape artists as they provide insights into the movement through their individual styles and techniques.
In the 1970s Reyes Rodriguez would peek into the Mechicano Art Center and soak in the energy of artists energized by the Chicano civil rights movement.
Aja,' Steely Dan's sixth studio album, which was the artistic pinnacle of the '70s jazz-rock movement, turns 35 years old this week.