Some articles on artistic:
... After Dalman, Artistic Directors were 1977-85 Jonathan Taylor, 1986-87 jointly Anthony Steel of the Adelaide Festival of Arts and ADT dancer Lenny ... left after disputes with the Board, Bill Pengelly was interim Artistic Director until the current Artistic Director, Garry Stewart began in 1999 ...
... At age 16, he moved to Rome to take part to the big artistic flourishing of the 1950s ... Soon, he became interested in new artistic experiments, including those connected to space exploration his painting "First men on the moon" produced many years before the actual feat, was ... In 1963, he returned to Italy to continue his artistic career that took him through Abstract Expressionism and a few other areas of expression ...
... Club, founded in 1948 as a ladies artistic gymnastics club, opened a boys section in September 1999 ... It is the oldest established and 'most senior' ladies artistic gymnastics club in Wales ... disciplines in Wales – women's artistic, men's artistic and rhythmic gymnastics, general gymnastics, sports acrobatics, sports aerobics, trampolining and tumbling ...
... Pór traveled to France, Italy, and the Soviet Union on artistic patronage ... In Paris he met many young émigrés among the Hungarian artistic circles before World War II, including Ervin Marton, whose work in photography he encouraged ... on reorganizing the Hungarian House there, a center for the artistic community ...
... International Students Piano Competition, Utrecht (1994-) artistic director Lek Art Foundation, Culemborg (1994–2007) artistic director Simeon ten Holt Foundation, Culemborg (2004-) chair Culemborg ...
More definitions of "artistic":
- (adj): Aesthetically pleasing.
Example: "An artistic flower arrangement"
Synonyms: aesthetic, esthetic, pleasing
- (adj): Relating to or characteristic of art or artists.
Example: "His artistic background"
Famous quotes containing the word artistic:
“The perfect detective story cannot be written. The type of mind which can evolve the perfect problem is not the type of mind that can produce the artistic job of writing.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)
“The artistic temperament is a disease that affects amateurs.... Artists of a large and wholesome vitality get rid of their art easily, as they breathe easily or perspire easily. But in artists of less force, the thing becomes a pressure, and produces a definite pain, which is called the artistic temperament.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)
“[The pleasures of writing] correspond exactly to the pleasures of reading, the bliss, the felicity of a phrase is shared by writer and reader: by the satisfied writer and the grateful reader, orwhich is the same thingby the artist grateful to the unknown force in his mind that has suggested a combination of images and by the artistic reader whom his combination satisfies.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)