artistic workmanship, effect, or quality.
The emphasis on the quick opinion undercuts ambitions of artistry, and great individual columns can be lost in the wall of sound.
The Best Columns of the Year John Avlon December 30, 2013
Like they do everything at these establishments: with flawless technique and artistry.
Hotels that Help You Cheat Sara Reistad-Long October 12, 2009
Now, access to the consumer is where profits are made, and artistry is getting commoditized.
Apple Wants Beats So It Can Control You Ted Gioia May 11, 2014
With all of its gratuitous humor, Book of Mormon’s artistry is sometimes forgotten.
Book of Mormon’s Magnificent Costumes Isabel Wilkinson April 14, 2011
For all the buzz about wine’s pleasures, its artistry and health benefits, very few people actually drink it.
Does the World Have a Drinking Problem? David Sessions February 17, 2011
Ferriday’s very picturesqueness and artistry convinced her now that he was not quite the gentleman.
We Can’t Have Everything Rupert Hughes
The trouble was that I had at the moment no wish for artistry.
Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol 150, February 9, 1916 Various
The albatross had left us, and now the swarming is his artistry, so refined his “table manners.”
The Pacific Triangle Sydney Greenbie
That is her artistry, the word, the thing of beauty and the joy forever with her.
Adventures in the Arts Marsden Hartley
One is filled with admiration for the artistry with which the Greeks have everywhere wrought their very fancies in alabaster.
Autobiography of a YOGI Paramhansa Yogananda
artistic workmanship, ability, or quality
“artistic ability,” 1837, from artist + -ry; as chemistry from chemist, etc.
free from deceit, cunning, or craftiness; ingenuous: an artless child. not artificial; natural; simple; uncontrived: artless beauty; artless charm. lacking , knowledge, or skill. poorly made; inartistic; clumsy; crude: an artless translation. Contemporary Examples It was spoken as if by a condemned man: largely devoid of emotion, implausible, halting, artless, and sad. Four Exes on […]
a former province in N France: artesian wells. Historical Examples Artois thought, “I have seen you there without consciously noticing you.” A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens In Artois, where the tithes are often seven and a half and eight per cent. The Origins of Contemporary France, Volume 1 (of 6) Hippolyte A. Taine Hermione […]
the quality, production, expression, or realm, according to aesthetic principles, of what is beautiful, appealing, or of more than ordinary significance. the class of objects subject to aesthetic criteria; works of art collectively, as paintings, sculptures, or drawings: a museum of art; an art collection. See also , . a field, genre, or category of […]