aesthetic

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The study of art or beauty
Concerned with beauty, artistic impact, or appearance

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That which appeals to the senses
relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics; "aesthetic values
{s} of or pertaining to appreciation of the beautiful; showing a refined sense of taste
concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"
aes·thet·ic in AM, also use esthetic Aesthetic is used to talk about beauty or art, and people's appreciation of beautiful things. products chosen for their aesthetic appeal as well as their durability and quality. The aesthetic of a work of art is its aesthetic quality. He responded very strongly to the aesthetic of this particular work. + aesthetically aes·theti·cal·ly There is nothing aesthetically pleasing about this bridge. connected with beauty and the study of beauty (aisthetikos, from aisthanesthai )
aesthetically pleasing; "an artistic flower arrangement"
(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful; "he despised the esthetic of minimalism"
aesthetical
aesthetic emotion
An emotional response to works of art produced when thought and emotion come together to create meaning, also known as working emotion

Knowing what he wants his audience to both think and feel when viewing his painting; the artist creates an image that will produce aesthetic emotion.

aesthetic distance
The frame of reference that an artist creates by the use of technical devices in and around the work of art to differentiate it psychologically from reality
aesthetic gymnastics
type of gymnastics in which athletes must also create a visually pleasant performance (using dance, accessories, etc.)
aesthetic sense
sense of the beautiful, understanding of what is beauty
aesthetic value
worth or merit of an object based on its inherent beauty which is pleasing to the eye
aesthetical
Of or pertaining to aesthetics
aesthetical
Of or pertaining to beauty
aesthetically
In an aesthetic manner; with a pleasing sensory effect
aesthetics
The study or philosophy of beauty
esthetic
pertaining to beauty, taste, or the fine arts
Black Aesthetic movement
or Black Arts movement Period of artistic and literary development among black Americans in the 1960s and early '70s. Based on the cultural politics of black nationalism, the movement sought to create art forms capable of expressing the varieties of black experience in the U.S. Leading theorists included Amiri Baraka, Houston Baker (b. 1943), and Henry Louis Gates. Don L. Lee (b. 1942), known as Haki R. Madhubuti after 1973, was one of its most popular writers; other notable writers included Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, and Ntozake Shange (b. 1948). The movement also produced such autobiographical works as The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965; with Alex Haley), Eldridge Cleaver's Soul on Ice (1968), and Angela Davis: An Autobiography (1974)
aesthetical
concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"
aesthetical
{s} of or pertaining to appreciation of the beautiful; showing a refined sense of taste
aesthetically
in a tasteful way; "this building is aesthetically very pleasing"
aesthetically
in a tasteful way; "this building is aesthetically very pleasing
aesthetically
with regard to aesthetics, with regard to the perception and appreciation of beauty; with a refined sense of taste
aesthetics
Forest value, rooted in beauty and visual appreciation affording inspiration, contributing to the arts, and providing a special quality of life
aesthetics
{i} branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty
aesthetics
(n) The artistic qualities or aspects that elicit an emotional response to an object
aesthetics
A branch of philosophy; the study of art and theories about the nature and components of aesthetic experience
aesthetics
noun ethics
aesthetics
Pertaining to the quality of human perception of natural beauty (including sight, sound, smell, touch, taste, and movement)
aesthetics
The study of beauty and art
aesthetics
"A branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty, art, and taste and with the creation and appreciation of beauty" (WWWebster Dictionary)
aesthetics
Concermed with what is beautiful Sensitivity and emotional involvement in regard to objects; quality of attractiveness and cohesiveness
aesthetics
A set of principles regarding the nature and appreciation of beauty
aesthetics
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aesthetics
The study or theory of the beautiful, in taste or art
aesthetics
the study of beauty and judgments of beauty
aesthetics
The philosophy of art The study or contemplation or appreciation of the (nature of) artistic value or beauty
aesthetics
Sensitivity and emotional involvement in regard to objects; quality of attractiveness and cohesiveness
aesthetics
The sum total of the visual response to the beauty of an object Elements of aesthetics may include: color, shape or particular features of the object
aesthetics
Aesthetics is "the branch of philosophy dealing with such notions as the beautiful, the ugly, the sublime, the comic, etc , as applicable to the fine arts, with a view to establishing the meaning and validity of critical judgments concerning works of art, and the principles underlying or justifying such judgments " (Random House Webster's Unabridged Electronic Dictionary, 1996)
aesthetics
The science and philosophy of beauty
aesthetics
Aesthetics is the branch of philosophy that aims to establish the general principles of art and beauty It can be divided into the philosophy of art and the philosophy of beauty
aesthetics
Aesthetics are given consideration in the complete evaluation of lakes as a natural resource The overall scenic attraction of the lake setting; natural beauty of shores and waters, or any unusual natural phenomena; the appeal of its wildlife and aquatic plants; desirable natural landscape for home sites on the shores are some of the matters considered under this heading
aesthetics
aes·thet·ics in AM, also use esthetics Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy concerned with the study of the idea of beauty. Philosophical study of the qualities that make something an object of aesthetic interest and of the nature of aesthetic value and judgment. It encompasses the philosophy of art, which is chiefly concerned with the nature and value of art and the principles by which it should be interpreted and evaluated. Three broad approaches to the subject have been taken, each distinguished by the types of questions it treats as foremost: (1) the study of aesthetic concepts, often specifically through the examination of uses of aesthetic language; (2) the study of the states of mind responses, attitudes, emotions held to be involved in aesthetic experience; and (3) the study of objects deemed aesthetically interesting, with a view to determining what about them makes them so. Seminal works in the field include the Symposium of Plato; the Rhetoric of Aristotle; Inquiry into the Original of Our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue (1725), by Francis Hutcheson (1694-1746); "Of the Standard of Taste" (in Four Dissertations [1757]), by David Hume; On the Sublime and Beautiful (1757), by Edmund Burke; Critique of Judgment (1790), by Immanuel Kant; The Sense of Beauty (1896), by George Santayana; The Psychology of Imagination (1948), by Jean-Paul Sartre; and two works by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics, Psychology, and Religious Belief (1966) and Culture and Value (1977)
aesthetics
the branch of philosophy that studies beauty, especially in the arts
aesthetics
describes the visual quality of buildings and spaces within a townscape
aesthetics
is understanding the nature, meaning and value of art
aesthetics
The traditions of thinking about art
aesthetics
Properties perceived by touch and sight, such as the hand, color, luster and texture of carpet
aesthetics
(art) the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty and taste (emphasizing the evaluative criteria that are applied to art); "traditional aesthetics assumed the existence of universal and timeless criteria of artistic value
aesthetics
A branch of philosophy concerned with the beautiful in art and how it is experienced by the viewer
esthetic
alternative spelling of aesthetic
esthetic
aesthetically pleasing; "an artistic flower arrangement"
esthetic
{s} of or pertaining to appreciation of the beautiful; showing a refined sense of taste (also aesthetic)
esthetic
(philosophy) a philosophical theory as to what is beautiful; "he despised the esthetic of minimalism"
esthetic
relating to or dealing with the subject of aesthetics; "aesthetic values"
esthetic
concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"
esthetically
alternative spelling of aesthetically
esthetically
with regard to aesthetics, with regard to the perception and appreciation of beauty; with a refined sense of taste (also aesthetically)
esthetically
in a tasteful way; "this building is aesthetically very pleasing"
esthetics
that which treats of the expression and embodiment of beauty by art
esthetics
An acceptable spelling variation of aesthetics See Aesthetics
esthetics
The theory or philosophy of taste; the science of the beautiful in nature and art; esp
esthetics
(art) the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty and taste (emphasizing the evaluative criteria that are applied to art); "traditional aesthetics assumed the existence of universal and timeless criteria of artistic value"
esthetics
Genus: Branch of Philosophy Differentia: Deals with art and its purpose Link: Article
esthetics
{i} appreciation of beauty; keen sense of taste (also aesthetics)
esthetics
The branch of philosophy that deals with values other than ethical: art, beauty, ugliness, creativity, etc
has an aesthetic sense
aesthetically gifted, gifted with good taste
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