artistry


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art·ist·ry

 (är′tĭ-strē)
n.
1. Artistic ability: a sculptor of great artistry.
2. Artistic quality or craft: the artistry of a poem.

artistry

(ˈɑːtɪstrɪ)
n
1. (Art Terms) artistic workmanship, ability, or quality
2. (Art Terms) artistic pursuits
3. great skill

art•ist•ry

(ˈɑr tɪ stri)

n.
1. artistic workmanship, effect, or quality.
2. artistic ability.
[1865–70]

artistry

artistic achievement, quality, or workmanship.
See also: Art
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.artistry - a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observationartistry - a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art"
airmanship, aviation - the art of operating aircraft
eristic - the art of logical disputation (especially if specious)
falconry - the art of training falcons to hunt and return
fortification - the art or science of strengthening defenses
homiletics - the art of preaching
horology - the art of designing and making clocks
minstrelsy - the art of a minstrel
musicianship - artistry in performing music
enology, oenology - the art of wine making
puppetry - the art of making puppets and presenting puppet shows
taxidermy - the art of mounting the skins of animals so that they have lifelike appearance
telescopy - the art of making and using telescopes
ventriloquism, ventriloquy - the art of projecting your voice so that it seems to come from another source (as from a ventriloquist's dummy)
superior skill - more than ordinary ability

artistry

Translations
مَهارَة فّنِّيَّه
umění
kunstnerisk dygtighed
művésziesség
listfengi
sanat becerisisanatkârlık

artistry

[ˈɑːtɪstrɪ] N (= skill) → arte m, habilidad f

artistry

[ˈɑːrtɪstri] n [work] → beauté f artistique; [artist] → talent m artistique
People overlooked the artistry in Ray's story
BUT La finesse artistique dans l'histoire de Ray est passée inaperçue.

artistry

n (lit, fig)Kunst f

artistry

[ˈɑːtɪstrɪ] n (skill) → arte f, abilità artistica

artist

(ˈaːtist) noun
1. a person who paints pictures or is a sculptor or is skilled at one of the other arts.
2. a singer, dancer, actor etc; an artiste. He announced the names of the artists who were taking part in the show.
arˈtistic adjective
1. liking or skilled in painting, music etc. She draws and paints – she's very artistic.
2. created or done with skill and good taste. That flower-arrangement looks very artistic.
arˈtistically adverb
ˈartistry noun
artistic skill. the musician's artistry.
References in classic literature ?
This may not be saying a great deal, but it is saying the truth, and I do not mind owning that he has been one of my great literary passions, almost as great as Flaubert, and greater than Daudet or Maupassant, though I have profoundly appreciated the exquisite artistry of both these.
It was love that had worked the revolution in him, changing him from an uncouth sailor to a student and an artist; therefore, to him, the finest and greatest of the three, greater than learning and artistry, was love.
Just as in the drama, therefore, something of the Elizabethan spirit remains in the lyric poetry; yet here also before many years there is a perceptible change; the Elizabethan spontaneous joyousness largely vanishes and is replaced by more self-conscious artistry or thought.
Upon another occasion and by daylight, the warriors would doubtless have leaped to attack him, but at night, and this night of all others, when they were wrought to such a pitch of nervous dread by the uncanny artistry of their witch-doctor, they were helpless with terror.
And in the picture she had of him, in the physical semblance she had made of him, was reflected his spiritual nature, reflected by her worshipful artistry in form and feature and expression--his bravery, his quick temper, his impulsive championship, his madness of wrath in a righteous cause, his warm generosity and swift forgiveness, and his chivalry that epitomized codes and ideals primitive as the days of knighthood.
It begs the question: Is artistry dead in this brave new era?
Des Plaines Park Districts award-winning dance company, Artistry in Motion, recently had five of its dancers chosen to train with Inaside Chicago Dance.
She performed beautifully, demonstrating exquisite artistry, as well as elegance beyond her years and dynamic tumbles, catching the attention of the crowd and the judges, who gave her first place on this piece.
Erin is highly creative, inventive and embodies the Maybelline New York energy and edge in her artistry.
Director of Iris Event Artistry and Plar, Bilal Siddiqi revealed this while talking to reporter on Thursday.
The Artistry of Afro-Cuban Bata Drumming Aesthetics, Transmission, Bonding, and Creativity.
In addition to core pastry arts curriculum aligned with the American Culinary Federation Accreditation Commission, he teaches chocolate artistry and sugar artistry.