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  • 1 Fine art — is any art form developed primarily for aesthetics rather than utility. [ [http://www.answers.com/fine+art r=67 fine arts] www.answers.com] This type of art is often expressed in a limited number of visual and performing art forms, including… …

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  • 2 Fine art photography — refers to photographs that are created to fulfill the creative vision of the artist. Fine art photography stands in contrast to photojournalism and commercial photography. Photojournalism provides visual support for stories, mainly in the print… …

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  • 3 Fine Art Enterprises — is an American company that runs Fine Art Gallery in Soquel, California, the largest such gallery in the Monterey Bay area.Fact|date=February 2008 The gallery was established in Maui, Hawaii, in 1984, and later moved to 3100 Porter Street within… …

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  • 4 Fine Art Showcase — (also known as Barry Chappell’s Fine Art Showcase ) is a nationally syndicated television show that sells and showcases fine art in an auction based format. The show is part of the Celebrity Shopping Network s Thursday and Saturday nights line up …

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  • 5 fine art — fine arts 1) N UNCOUNT: also N in pl Painting and sculpture, in which objects are produced that are beautiful rather than useful, can be referred to as fine art or as the fine arts. He deals in antiques and fine art. ...the university of Cairo s… …

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  • 6 fine art — n [U] the fine arts forms of art, especially paintings or ↑sculpture, that are produced and admired for their beauty and high quality ▪ Can photography be considered fine art? ▪ the faculty of fine arts …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 7 fine art — n. [orig. considered purely aesthetic, as distinguished from the “useful” arts] 1. any of the art forms that include drawing, painting, sculpture, and ceramics, or occasionally, architecture, literature, music, dramatic art, or dancing usually… …

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  • 8 fine art — noun uncount objects such as paintings that are created to be looked at because they are beautiful or interesting have/get something down to a fine art INFORMAL to be or become very good at doing something, especially something difficult the fine …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 9 fine art — fine′ art′ [[t]faɪn[/t]] n. fia a visual art created primarily for aesthetic purposes and valued for its beauty or expressiveness, specifically, painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics, or architecture • Etymology: 1760–70 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 10 fine art — ► NOUN ▪ art intended to be appreciated primarily or solely for its aesthetic content …

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  • 11 Fine art fair frankfurt — Die fine art fair frankfurt ist eine Messe für zeitgenössische Kunst ab 1960. Sie wird durch die Messe Frankfurt organisiert und steht seit 2006 unter der Leitung des Frankfurter Galeristen Michael Neff. Auf der Messe können nur Galerien… …

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  • 12 Fine Art Society — William Ayerst Ingram: At Anchor …

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  • 13 Fine Art Society — The Fine Art Society is an art dealership with two premises, one in New Bond Street, London (held since 1876, given a new entrance in 1881 by Edward William Godwin, and fully refurbished in 2004 05, with a New Gallery created for contemporary… …

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  • 14 fine art — /faɪn ˈat/ (say fuyn aht) noun 1. an art form categorised as one of the fine arts. See fine arts. 2. anything carried to an extreme of skill or sophistication: *I can see that among other things I ll have to teach you the fine art of… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 15 fine art — noun (U) 1 paintings, drawings, music, sculpture etc that is of very good quality: the question of whether photography should be considered fine art 2 have something down to a fine art to be extremely good at something after having practised a… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 fine art — UK / US noun [uncountable] art objects such as paintings and sculptures that are created to be looked at because they are beautiful or interesting. Fine art is different to crafts or art that has a practical use. • have/get something down to a… …

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  • 17 fine art — noun Date: 1739 1. a. art (as painting, sculpture, or music) concerned primarily with the creation of beautiful objects usually used in plural b. objects of fine art 2. an activity requiring a fine skill …

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  • 18 fine art — (also fine arts) noun art intended to be appreciated primarily or solely for its aesthetic content. Phrases have (or get) something down to a fine art achieve a high level of skill in something through experience …

    English new terms dictionary

  • 19 fine art — noun a) An exact skill that needs practice to perfect. Friendly haggling is a fine art and all part of the experience of visiting a local market; its not meant to be a battle. b) The singular form of fine arts …

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  • 20 fine art — noun Fine art is used before these nouns: ↑gallery, ↑photographer, ↑photography, ↑reproduction …

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