Some articles on artistic:
... Pór traveled to France, Italy, and the Soviet Union on artistic patronage ... met many young émigrés among the Hungarian artistic circles before World War II, including Ervin Marton, whose work in photography he encouraged ... Hungarian House there, a center for the artistic community ...
... At age 16, he moved to Rome to take part to the big artistic flourishing of the 1950s ... Soon, he became interested in new artistic experiments, including those connected to space exploration his painting "First men on the moon" produced many ... In 1963, he returned to Italy to continue his artistic career that took him through Abstract Expressionism and a few other areas of expression ...
1995-) director International Students Piano Competition, Utrecht (1994-) artistic director Lek Art Foundation, Culemborg (1994–2007) artistic director Simeon ten Holt Foundation ...
... After Dalman, Artistic Directors were 1977-85 Jonathan Taylor, 1986-87 jointly Anthony Steel of the Adelaide Festival of Arts and ADT dancer Lenny Westerdijk, 1987-1993 Leigh Warren (now with Leigh Warren ... Meryl Tankard left after disputes with the Board, Bill Pengelly was interim Artistic Director until the current Artistic Director, Garry Stewart began in 1999 ...
More definitions of "artistic":
- (adj): Satisfying aesthetic standards and sensibilities.
Example: "Artistic workmanship"
Famous quotes containing the word artistic:
“He had that curious love of green, which in individuals is always the sign of a subtle artistic temperament, and in nations is said to denote a laxity, if not a decadence of morals.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“Life! Life! Dont let us go to life for our fulfilment or our experience. It is a thing narrowed by circumstances, incoherent in its utterance, and without that fine correspondence of form and spirit which is the only thing that can satisfy the artistic and critical temperament. It makes us pay too high a price for its wares, and we purchase the meanest of its secrets at a cost that is monstrous and infinite.”
—Oscar Wilde (18541900)
“It is the business of thought to define things, to find the boundaries; thought, indeed, is a ceaseless process of definition. It is the business of Art to give things shape. Anyone who takes no delight in the firm outline of an object, or in its essential character, has no artistic sense.... He cannot even be nourished by Art. Like Ephraim, he feeds upon the East wind, which has no boundaries.”
—Vance Palmer (18851959)