classical style


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Noun1.classical style - the artistic style of ancient Greek art with its emphasis on proportion and harmonyclassical style - the artistic style of ancient Greek art with its emphasis on proportion and harmony
artistic style, idiom - the style of a particular artist or school or movement; "an imaginative orchestral idiom"
References in classic literature ?
The Classical style has well been called sculpturesque, the Romantic picturesque.
To him, as to the British public, the Porphyrion was the Porphyrion of the advertisement--a giant, in the classical style, but draped sufficiently, who held in one hand a burning torch, and pointed with the other to St.
The other medallion inclosed the head of a man, also treated in the classical style.
Most of the Limassol-based composer's works are in the popular romantic classical style of the 19th century although he does write some in the styles of earlier composers such as Haydn and Bach.
1728: Robert Adam, architect of the classical style, was born in Kirkcaldy.
This is an event curated by Hacienda Classics we know and love will be reinterpreted in a classical style (again, interview right).
For higher-end markets, classical style is always their first choice," said Kenny Koh, group managing director of the company.
99 plus p&p Attract a wide variety of birds to your garden, while adding a touch of classical style with this weatherproof birdbath.
BACH ACH A TO T us, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's music sounds transitional - a mid-point between polyphonic baroque and the newer classical style.
Mel Bay's Modern Piano Method Grade 1" contains beginning and intermediate introductions to pieces in classical style as well as gospel, reggae, new sound, and rag music.
He covers the classical style, the Romantic era, rhetorics and synaesthesias, and in the Slavonic world.
TODAY FEAST OF 1728: Robert Adam, architect of the classical style, was born in Kirkcaldy.