Fine Arts

  • (noun): The study and creation of visual works of art.
    Synonyms: beaux arts

Some articles on art, fine arts, arts:

Santos Balmori - Career
... His art students included Rodolfo Nieto, Pedro Coronel, Carlos Olachea and Juan Soriano ... He was also an important fine arts researcher and writer, publishing articles books and essays on the topic as well as poetry ... Arte Moderno in Madrid, the National Gallery in Prague and the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias ...
List Of Armenians From Nagorno-Karabakh - Shusha - Writers and Artists
... Shoushi, Baku, Marcel and Paris Academy of Fine Arts ... He is one of the main figures in Armenian fine arts of the 20th century, practiced various genres and was particularly distinguished as a portrait artist ... Mikael Arutchian (1897–1961) Artist, founder of theater and decorative arts ...
Sarmiento Park - Overview
... Juan Ferreyra bought adjacent land for his Beaux Arts mansion, completed in 1916 ... The city's arts patrons had the Provincial Museum of Fine Arts (later renamed for painter Emilio Caraffa) built facing the park the same year and, in ... the Ferreyra palace was adapted for the creation of the Evita Fine Arts Museum in 2007 and the existing Caraffa Fine Arts Museum was given a new wing ...
Laimutis Ločeris
... In 1952 he graduated from the Lithuanian Institute of Fine Arts and in 1958 from the Leningrad Academy of Fine Arts ... From 1990-2006 he taught painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vilnius ...
List Of People From Montclair, New Jersey - Arts - Fine Arts
... Thomas Ball (1819–1911), artist best known as a sculptor ... William Couper (1853–1942), sculptor ...

Famous quotes containing the words arts and/or fine:

    In the arts of life man invents nothing; but in the arts of death he outdoes Nature herself, and produces by chemistry and machinery all the slaughter of plague, pestilence, and famine.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)

    The grave’s a fine and private place,
    But none, I think, do there embrace.
    Andrew Marvell (1621–1678)