beaux-arts

beaux-arts

(bəʊˈzɑː)
pl n
1. (Art Terms) another word for fine art
2. (Art Movements) (modifier) relating to the classical decorative style, esp that of the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris: beaux-arts influences.
[C19: French, literally: fine arts]

beaux-arts

A French phrase meaning the fine arts.
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So are made the belles-lettres and the beaux-arts and their professors.
Contract notice: manipulation services and preservation of the relief maps on deposit at the palais des beaux-arts in lille.
Located at 30 Momingside Drive, the conversion of the five Beaux-Arts structures f has been commissioned by the developer Delshah Capital.
Une exposition de peinture reunissant les œuvres d'une quinzaine de peintres et sculpteurs algeriens etablis au Canada a ete inauguree lundi dernier au Musee des beaux-arts d'Alger.
Natif, en 1935, de la ville du detroit, Tanger, Mohammed Chabaa est laureat de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Tetouan en 1955.
L'Association de la Sauvegarde de la ville de Nabeul, l'Association Tunisienne des Professionnels de l'Art Culinaire [beaucoup moins que] ATPAC [beaucoup plus grand que] et l'Institut des Beaux-Arts de Nabeul, organisent du 14 au 16 novembre 2015, une premiere manifestation du genre: [beaucoup moins que]Le 1er Festival du piment et de la harissa[beaucoup plus grand que].
Le defunt, natif de Tanger en 1935, avait entame ses etudes a l'Institut national des Beaux-arts de Tetouan et obtint son diplome en 1955 avant de se rendre a Rome oE il frequenta l'academie des Beaux-arts jusqu'en 1964.
A graduate from UC Berkeley's College of Civil Engineering, she was the first woman to be admitted to the cole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and the first female licensed architect in California.
She also attended the Eecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Art and Nature in the Middle Ages, Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec, Oct.
The name Beaux Arts, meaning "fine arts," comes from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where most of these architects studied.
of Pennsylvania where the head of the architecture department was a French architect with a strong Beaux-Arts inspired approach.