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.
Apres le lancement de l'appel d'offres national, en 2015, et apres plusieurs avis infructueux, la commission, constituee de Harech Mohamed, historien, Mustapha Bouamama, directeur de l'Ecole superieure des beaux-arts d'Alger, Zerka de l'Ecole des beaux-arts d'Alger, et Boulekhrissat, de l'Ecole des beaux-arts de Sidi Bel-Abbes, et d'autres membres specialistes de l'histoire et des beaux-arts, a finalement accorde le projet au groupement [beaucoup moins que]Inguel[beaucoup plus grand que] constitue de trois artistes sculpteurs, Abboud Djamel de Bouira, Djerdi Belkacem et Mazigh Tighilt de Tizi Ouzou, anciens eleves de l'Ecole des beaux-arts d'Alger.
Located at 30 Momingside Drive, the conversion of the five Beaux-Arts structures f has been commissioned by the developer Delshah Capital.
Natif, en 1935, de la ville du detroit, Tanger, Mohammed Chabaa est laureat de l'Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Tetouan en 1955.
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.
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.
The introduction tells the remarkable story of "...the convergence of two major architectural systems: Chinese traditional architecture and the French-derived methods of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts"--a story that involves 50 Chinese students who received scholarships in the early years of the 20th century to train in architecture in the United States.