Part of speech:
The definition of artistic is something considered to be aesthetically satisfying that is creative or that requires a special art or craft skill.
The definition of avant garde is new and innovative in style or method, usually describing something in the arts.
Of Bohemia or its people, language, or culture; Czech
The study of the psychological responses to beauty and artistic experiences.
A studio or workshop, esp. one used by an artist
The fine arts.
An assemblage of diverse elements:
The art or act of composing a musical or literary work.
The definition of a coterie is a group of people with similar interests.
Skill in performing tasks, especially with the hands.
Refinement and delicacy of performance, execution, or artisanship.
A category of artistic composition, as in music or literature, marked by a distinctive style, form, or content:
The pictorial representation and manipulation of data, as used in computer-aided design and manufacture, in typesetting and the graphic arts, and in educational and recreational programs.
An artifact of an early period.
An explanation or conceptualization by a critic of a work of literature, painting, music, or other art form; an exegesis.
Books for children
Art, writing, etc. of a shallow kind, calculated to have popular appeal
The definition of a maestro is a master in an art.
Masterpiece is defined as a work of great skill.
An object of artistic merit.
(Uncountable) The same activity as an art form.
Sculpture is the art of making forms and figures in clay or other materials or a product of such an art.
An art, trade, or technique, particularly one requiring use of the hands or body:
A company or group of actors, dancers, or other performers.
(By extension) The person(s) at the forefront of any group or movement.
Find another word for art(s). In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for art(s), like: aesthetic, ars-gratia-artis, artistic, avant-garde, bohemian, esthetic, aesthetics, atelier, beaux-arts, chef-d'oeuvre and clique.