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Contemporary-Traditional Art

Contemporary-traditional art refers to the art produced at the present time that reflects the current culture, using the classical techniques of drawing, painting and sculpting. Practicing artists are mostly related to preserving time-honored ski ...

                                               

Context art

The term context art was introduced through the seminal exhibition and an accompanying publication Kontext Kunst. The art of the 90-ies of the curator Peter Weibel at Neue Galerie im Kunstlerhaus Graz in 1993.

                                               

Cultural resources management

This article is concerned with cultural resources in the widest sense: for traditional, archaeological and historic culture specifically, also see cultural heritage management In the broadest sense, cultural resources management is the vocation a ...

                                               

Dedication (art)

In art, the initiation is the creation or authorship of the artwork as a tribute to or in honor of a person, place or thing. In dedicatee may be the Commissioner, conductor, premiere, performer, or musical group, or patron. Work can be a memorial ...

                                               

Dematerialization (art)

The dematerialization of the art object is an idea in conceptual art. In "six years: the dematerialization of the art object" Lucy lippard characterizes the period of 1966 to 1972 in which the art object was dematerialised through the new artisti ...

                                               

Design

Design plan or specification for the construction of the facility or system, for the implementation of activities or process, or due to the fact that the plan and specification in the form of a prototype product or process. The verb in the design ...

                                               

Economics of the arts and literature

The economy of the arts and literature or cultural Economics is the branch of Economics that studies the Economics of creation, distribution and consumption of works of art, literature, and creative and / or cultural products. For a long time the ...

                                               

Fine art

In the European academic traditions, fine art is art created primarily for aesthetics and beauty, distinguishing it from decorative art or decorative art that also has to serve some practical functions, such as ceramics or most of the structures. ...

                                               

Gifted art

Gifted art is any form or work of art that is given freely, whether in the city, group of people, communities or individuals. This applies to any art that is distributed at no direct cost. It is a form of conceptual art. It comes from the belief ...

                                               

George Harcourt (painter)

From Dumbarton, Scotland, George Harcourt was born in 1868 and died in 1947. Harcourt was a portrait and figure artist, famous painting influential members of society. He studied at Herkomer art school in Bushey from 1889-92 and later became Dire ...

                                               

Human figure

In aesthetics, human figure or person in the painting, sculpture and other art forms involves a study and appreciation of the beauty of the human body in its description or presentation. The study includes evaluation of body shape, including body ...

                                               

Impalement in myth and art

The use of impalement in myth, art, and literature includes mythical representations of it as a method of execution and other uses in paintings, sculptures and the like, folklore and other tales, in which impalement is associated with magical or ...

                                               

Information art

Information article, which is also known as informatism or artistic information becomes artistic forms that are inspired by and mainly include data, Informatics, information technology, artificial intelligence and data-related fields. The informa ...

                                               

Interdisciplinary arts

Interdisciplinary arts is an academic Department in the school of media arts at Columbia College Chicago. As one of the first interdisciplinary arts programs in the United States, it was an incubator for new approaches to artistic activity that h ...

                                               

International trade in fine art

International trade of fine art is most precisely defined as trade between countries of a unique, non-reproducible works of the artist. The art trade contradicts typical international trade models since it is a culturally significant good. It is ...

                                               

Leaf carving

Carving leaves is the artwork involving delicate trimming of the leaves to develop a picture or landscape. The process of carving is performed by artists using tools to carefully cut the surface without cutting or removing the veins. The veins ad ...

                                               

Micro miniature

Micro-miniature is a beautiful art form. Micro miniatures made with a microscope. It arose in the late 20th century.

                                               

Mimesis

Mimesis is a term used in literary criticism and philosophy, which provides a wide range of meanings, which include stone, simulated, nonsensuous similarity, perception, representation, mimicry, gesture, expression, action, reminiscent, and self- ...

                                               

Mural

A mural is any artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other permanent surface. A distinctive feature of the painting is that the architectural elements of space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture. Some wall painting ...

                                               

Pastiche

Pastiche is a work of fine art, literature, theatre or music that imitates the style or character of the work of one or more other artists. Unlike parody, pastiche celebrates, not mocks, the work mimics. The word pastiche is a French cognate of t ...

                                               

Patronage

Patronage is the support, assistance, privilege or financial aid that an organization or individual gives to another. In the history of art, patronage refers to the support that kings, popes and the wealthy have provided to artists such as musici ...

                                               

Poet as legislator

The theme of the poet as the legislator has reached its Grand peaks in the age of romanticism, embodied in the form of a lonely, alienated poet as the unacknowledged legislator of the whole world. However, this concept has a long history in Weste ...

                                               

Portrayal of female bodies in Chinese contemporary art

Portrayal of female bodies in Chinese contemporary art has become much more diverse as women artists will start to grow in China. Many modern Chinese women artists used the female body as the subject of their work. From ancient and Imperial China ...

                                               

Pounce (art)

Pouncing is a method used for transferring images from one surface to another. It is similar to tracing, and is useful for creating copies of a sketch plan for the finished work. Pouncing was a common technique used for centuries to make copies o ...

                                               

Repurposing

The conversion is as old as human civilization, and many modern scholars, exploring thus the different companies, relevant artifacts, old cultures in new and creative ways. More recently, a conversion is celebrated by lovers of the 21st century a ...

                                               

Showpiece

The exhibit is: This achievement, which is worthy of display and admiration. English Wikipedia is 1.000 th qualified article, train station, Jordanhill, was named "model of parallel collaboration.". An outstanding example of a type. Green mountai ...

                                               

Social artistry

Social artistry is the attempt to address or recognize a particular social issue using art and creativity. Social artists are people who use creative skills to work with people or organizations in their communities to affect change. While a tradi ...

                                               

Social practice

Social practice is a theory in psychology that seeks to determine relationships between practice and context within social situations. As emphasized readiness for change, social practice occurs in two forms: activity and inquiry. Most often used ...

                                               

Spirit of place

The spirit of place refers to the unique, distinctive and cherished aspects often famous artists and writers, but also those cherished in folk tales, festivals and celebrations. Thus, as in the invisible weave of culture as it is the physical asp ...

                                               

Stendhal syndrome

The syndrome of Stendhal, Stendhals syndrome or Florence syndrome is a psychosomatic condition, including palpitations, fainting, confusion and even hallucinations, supposedly occurs when people become exposed to objects or phenomena of great beauty.

                                               

Studio

Studio artist and workshop employees. This can be for the purpose of acting, architecture, painting, ceramics, sculpture, origami, woodworking, scrapbooking, photography, graphic design, film, animation, industrial design, production of radio or ...

                                               

Theme (arts)

In art, the topic is usually about life, society and human nature, but can be any other object. Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas, which were studied in the work. Topics usually implied rather than openly stated. Deep thematic ...

                                               

Transformative arts

Transforming art-the use of artistic activities such as storytelling, painting and music, to precipitate a constructive individual and social change. Individual changes made through the transformative arts are usually cognitive and emotional. Thi ...

                                               

United Art Rating

United art rating until 2012, called the organization for artists, the rating is published as a periodical reference book, registered as mass media. In 2016, she endured 22 editions, the total number of printed copies is more than 90.000. Electro ...

                                               

Useful art

Useful art or craft and equipment associated with skills and methods of practical subjects such as manufacture and craftsmanship. The expression now out of fashion, but it was used in the Victorian era and earlier as an antonym to the performing ...

                                               

Water marble nail

Water marble nail technology nail art with the participation of a finger dropping nail Polish into the clear water and creating a pattern on the surface of the water, the picture is transferred to the nails.

                                               

Matrix of country subdivisions

Below is the matrix of the primary country subdivisions. It shows which types of entities, e.g. province, exist in which countries and at what level. To keep the matrix as compact as possible and to illustrate distribution, countries are represen ...

                                               

Glossary

A Glossary, also known as dictionary or klavis, an alphabetical list of terms in a particular field of knowledge with definitions for those terms. Traditionally, a Glossary appears at the end of the book and includes terms within that book which ...

                                               

Abrogans

Abrogans, also German Abrogans, or Codex Abrogans, in medieval Latin–old high German dictionary, preserved a copy in the library of the Abbey of St. Gallen is regarded as the oldest preserved book in German language. Since the 8th century 765-775 ...

                                               

Adjusted RevPAR

Adjusted RevPAR is a performance metric used in the hospitality industry. It is calculated by dividing the variable net revenues of the property for a total available rooms. The difference between ARPAR and other metrics is that it accounts for v ...

                                               

Cleopatra Glossaries

Cotton MS Cleopatra A. III is an Anglo-Saxon manuscript once held in the cotton library, now held at the British library, and contains three dictionaries, providing important evidence for old English vocabulary, and for learning and scholarship i ...

                                               

Corpus Glossary

Housing Glossary-this is one of many Anglo-Saxon dictionaries. There are lots of records that Shine a Latin word with a simple Latin words or explanations, it also includes many old English words in Latin dictionaries, making it one of the oldest ...

                                               

Durham Plant-Name Glossary

Plant name Durham dictionary is a dictionary translation of the Latin and Greek plant-names in Old English / English. It was copied at Durham early in the twelfth century. Its main sources of steel Greek-Latin-old English plant-name Glossary whos ...

                                               

Epinal-Erfurt glossary

In the Epinal-Erfurt Glossary is a dictionary of terms. It consists of two manuscripts, and contains terms in Old English. He was described as "the earliest on written English", and is believed to have been made in Malmesbury for Aldhelm.

                                               

Federal Standard 1037C

Federal standard 1037C, entitled telecommunications: Glossary of telecommunication terms is a US Federal standard, issued by the General administration in accordance with the law On the Federal property and administrative services of 1949, as ame ...

                                               

Harley Glossary

Harley dictionary is an Anglo-Saxon dictionary, mainly providing glosses to Latin words. It is mainly preserved in the fragmentary British library, Ms. Harley 3376, but the pieces are also in Lawrence, Kansas state University, research library, K ...

                                               

Hermeneumata

In the Hermeneumata is anonymous textbooks, written in the III century BC to teach the Greek language to the Latin-speaking people in the Roman Empire, and to teach Latin to the Greek language. Hermeneumata, the word means "translation" or "trans ...

                                               

Laud Herbal Glossary

Loud herbal of the twelfth century Glossary is a copy of the largest selection of plant of a name shines his time in England rooted in the Anglo-Saxon sources. Its lemmas are generally Latin, is largely glossed over in the Old English / English. ...

                                               

Leiden Glossary

The Leiden Glossary is a Glossary contained in a manuscript in the library of the University of Leiden, Voss. Lat. V. 69. In the lemmas of "a number of biblical, grammatical and patristic texts". It is based on the Anglo-Saxon sample, and was pre ...

                                               

Microsoft Language Portal

Language portal Microsoft is a multilingual online dictionary of computer terms. It also offers free download leadership style localization, text translation UI and features feedback. He was released in 2009.

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