fine arts

  1. the study and creation of visual works of art
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  • The breakfront is nearly identical to a desk of about 1805 in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, that has a provenance in the Crown-insheld family of that city.
  • The term fine arts is equivalent to the older French term beaux arts, meaning “beautiful arts. 8. Fine Arts
  • The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has already contracted to lease part of its collection to a museum in Japan.
  • In 2000, the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in Alabama mounted a traveling retrospective of his paintings.
  • She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Vassar College, a Master of Arts degree in teaching gifted students from Teachers College, Columbia University and a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Rebecca Walker: Love is Blind
  • The Fine Arts degree starts with a foundation year.
  • I think what having it in a gallery represents, as with other graffiti crossovers into fine arts, is that it does have a cultural heritage now.
  • Irrespective of any aesthetic difference among people, it's an indisputable truth that Lin Fengmian is a publicly-recognized and indispensable master of fine arts in the 20th century.
  • This week my graduate seminar students (at Parsons Fine Arts MFA) and I had a great discussion leading from Robert Smithson's writings on entropy to issues of pessimism about social change and what might be the point of human intervention towards ideals of progressive social activism in an entropically irreversible situation: interesting in this light to read Bob Herbert Op-Ed piece in the October 26, 2010 copy of The New York Times, "The Corrosion of America": do we just go along "haplessly"/hopelessly with the flow of entropy and the corrosion and ruin of our infrastructure (a ruin which is in a sense "always already" from before its inception, in Smithson's example of "The Monuments of Passaic") creating or suggesting an art which does not try to impose an idealist order or moral value to an entropic situation of urban and suburban decay, or do we believe enough in human labor despite ultimate futility or mortality to make the investment in our near futures by fixing the infrastructure? Mira Schor: Corroded infrastructure 2010/Robert Smithson's Writings on Entropy, 1966-67
  • He studied music at the University of Fine Arts in Phnom Penh and afterward continued his studies in the United States, where he received a Ph.D. in ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University.
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