artistry

All Noun
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  • Too much artistry for that; too much of eye to let heart rule. Cited from Adventures in the Arts, by Marsden Hartley
  • After all, the important thing is not their youth, but their artistry. Cited from Violin Mastery, by Frederick H. Martens
  • Any person who wants to display their artistry is given a chance at the studio.
  • But as time went by, more and more Jews began to go into artistry.
  • It is of a perfect piece with the great artistry of all time. Cited from Adventures in the Arts, by Marsden Hartley
  • He also retained the artistry that had gone before and improved upon it.
  • It was not so much bird-love as the artistry of life and of herself that was moving her. Cited from The Titan, by Theodore Dreiser
  • Its artistry reveals that it is more than a thousand years old.
  • He claimed that his return from artistry to architecture was difficult.
  • If this was artistry it was of a high order and should be ranked as art. Cited from Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Musicians, by Elbert Hubbard
  • Social artistry can incorporate several different art forms including theatre, poetry, music and visual art.
  • Art department in movie terms means the section of a production's crew concerned with visual artistry.
  • The song has been widely praised for, among other things, the artistry of its lyrics.
  • "The music and artistry of their work stayed with me for the rest of my life."
  • Over the years, his name became synonymous with both the shop and top-flight artistry.
  • Nearly all later ornithological works were inspired by his artistry and high standards.
  • He then returned to Europe where he contributed his artistry to contemporary dance and opera creating set designs.
  • Like his previous films, it will be original in style in terms of its artistry and aesthetics.
  • Originally he wanted to become a famous soccer player, but he decided to turn to artistry as an occupation instead.
  • He has often been praised for his high level of musicianship and artistry.
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