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2art archaic form of the verb "to be" (replaced by "are" in modern usage)  fiil
3art production and expression of esthetics, creation and expression of representations of beauty (as in painting, music, theater, drawing, sculpting, etc.)  isim
4art An image format (typically called the Johnson-Grace format) with extremely aggressive compression at the expense of quality This format is most frequently seen by AOL users as AOL automatically compresses online images of other formats (like gif or jpeg) into Johnson-Grace images This is why AOL users often do not see web pages at the same quality level as other people, often seeing blurry images where others see clear images (and occasionally even seeing black bars that are not really present in images)
5art A form of human activity created primarily as an aesthetic expression, especially, but not limited to drawing, painting and sculpture
6art all kinds of illustration copy used in preparing a job for printing Also used to describe the pasteups themselves
7art 1 audible ringing tone A signal sent back to the calling party to indicate the called number is ringing 2 administrative reporting tool A web-based application for Cisco CallManager that generates reports on performance and service details See also CDR and CMR
8art Any photograph, map or illustration used in preparing a job for printing
9art Detail Inventory Table category including: drawings, engraving, frame, heads, images, likeness, maps, miscellaneous, painting, pictures, portraits, prints, profiles, and sculptural
10art (IC) v The integration and manifestation into a state of being which allows a free flowing creative process using personally unique techniques evolved from the technical processes of a discipline
11art [n] Objects created by humans that have aesthetic value or express symbolic meaning, including drawings, paintings, and sculpture
12art divides into psychological (personal) and visionary (collective) Art can never be reduced to psychopathology because visionary art is greater than its creator and draws on primordial images and forces It stands on its own merits It compensates for the one-sidedness of an era Rather than a symptom or something secondary, it's a true symbolic expression, a reorganization of the conditions to which a causalistic explanation reduces it
13art a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art"
14art The arts are activities such as music, painting, literature, cinema, and dance, which people can take part in for enjoyment, or to create works which express serious meanings or ideas of beauty. Catherine the Great was a patron of the arts and sciences. the art of cinema
15art Art is the activity or educational subject that consists of creating paintings, sculptures, and other pictures or objects for people to look at and admire or think deeply about. a painter, content to be left alone with her all-absorbing art. Farnham College of Art and Design. art lessons
16art Art consists of paintings, sculpture, and other pictures or objects which are created for people to look at and admire or think deeply about. the first exhibition of such art in the West. contemporary and modern American art. Whitechapel Art Gallery
17art At a university or college, arts are subjects such as history, literature, or languages in contrast to scientific subjects. arts and social science graduates. the Faculty of Arts
18art Arts or art is used in the names of theatres or cinemas which show plays or films that are intended to make the audience think deeply about the content, and not simply to entertain them. the Cambridge Arts Cinema
19art Art is an old-fashioned form of the second person singular of the present tense of the verb be. see also Bachelor of Arts, fine art, martial art, Master of Arts, state-of-the-art, work of art. A second person singular present indicative of be. article. thou art a phrase meaning 'you are'. also called visual art A visual object or experience consciously created through an expression of skill or imagination. The term art encompasses diverse media such as painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, decorative arts, photography, and installation. The various visual arts exist within a continuum that ranges from purely aesthetic purposes at one end to purely utilitarian purposes at the other. This should by no means be taken as a rigid scheme, however, particularly in cultures in which everyday objects are painstakingly constructed and imbued with meaning. Particularly in the 20th century, debates arose over the definition of art. Figures such as Dada artist Marcel Duchamp implied that it is enough for an artist to deem something "art" and put it in a publicly accepted venue. Such intellectual experimentation continued throughout the 20th century in movements such as conceptual art and Minimalism. By the turn of the 21st century, a variety of new media (e.g., video art) further challenged traditional definitions of art. See aesthetics; art conservation and restoration; drawing; painting; printmaking; sculpture; photography; decorative arts. visual art Woodstock Music and Art Fair abstract art nonrepresentational art nonobjective art Anglo Saxon art International Exhibition of Modern Art Ancient Art New Art art brut raw art art collection art conservation and restoration art criticism Art Deco Art Ensemble of Chicago art history Art Institute of Chicago Art Nouveau Blakey Art Byzantine art Carolingian art computer art conceptual art Early Netherlandish art Egyptian art Etruscan art Flemish art folk art Gandhara art Gothic art Kushan art Kusana art martial art Mathura art Merovingian art Metropolitan Museum of Art Moscow Art Theatre Mozarabic art Museum of Modern Art naive art outsider art National Gallery of Art Op art Optical art Ottonian art performance art Pop art Public Works of Art Project rock art Romanesque art Scythian art WPA Federal Art Project African arts Arts and Crafts Movement Beaux Arts style Black Arts movement California Institute of the Arts Central Asian arts Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers decorative arts East Asian arts École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts Islamic arts Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Latin American arts liberal arts Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts National Endowment for the Arts Native American arts Oceanic arts Royal Academy of Arts South Asian arts Southeast Asian arts
20art If you describe an activity as an art, you mean that it requires skill and that people learn to do it by instinct or experience, rather than by learning facts or rules. Fishing is an art
21art photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication; "the publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book"
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