traditionalism or conventionalism in art, literature, etc.
thoughts, opinions, and attitudes that are purely speculative.
pedantic or formal quality.
Historical Examples

It has already been said that the chief opponents of the academicism of Cabanel and Bougereau were the Impressionists.
Paul Gauguin, His Life and Art John Gould Fletcher

academicism, even in the narrow sense, owes much to this LL.D.
The American Mind Bliss Perry

adherence to rules and traditions in art, literature, etc; conventionalism

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