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Art

Any visual, creative material. Examples of art include drawings, videos and computer graphics. Art may be bought and sold as an asset (indeed, famous art such as the Mona Lisa is worth many millions of dollars), but it is also used in marketing to help a product appeal to buyers.
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In my view, though Chernyshevsky valued "artfulness" greatly, he nevertheless sacrificed it like an outmoded delicacy, for the sake of progressive black bread for all.
broadens to the extent that artfulness and artistry diminish"
It's no surprise he himself was an example of the kind of artfulness and energy his pictures so vividly capture.
The history of the role of Judaism in Christian art--and art theory--illuminates the history of Jewish so-called artlessness from its source in Christianity's ambivalence about its own artfulness. The approach suggests further resources for the intercultural study of idolatry, images, and the importance of art for the two religions.
to demonstrate the "artfulness of antisemitism" in Lewis's work.
Sometimes artfulness is more important than mindfulness.
One directed by Sam Peckinpah, who made a fetish of violence, called, "Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia." That is what this is, Duterte saying, "Bring me the head of Ryan Yu," without any of Peckinpah's artfulness, with only the muck, sordidness and mindlessness of sick life.
Satisfying though this process is in its technical fidelity to an original design, what is lost is something of the artfulness of the cutaway.
The complete songbook is shared between Mark Stone's firm and stylish baritone and Geraldine McGreevy's light and airy soprano, with Sholto Kynoch on piano.Their performances are notable for directness and simplicity - but don't expect the insights and artfulness of Schwarzkopf and Fischer-Dieskau's classic recording.This one was made live at Holywell Music Room but with the applause and live atmosphere edited out this negates any advantage of performances caught on the wing.
So while I can appreciate the thoroughgoing sincerity of Moore's writing, it often seems as though the poet was preoccupied with the poems' accessibility and sacrifices a good deal of artfulness to keep them straight-forward, poised, and, in some cases, just plain plain.
It could all have been stagemanaged by World Wrestling Entertainment but at least the leotard and thong fraternity conduct their pantomimes with inventive tongue-in-cheek dialogue and colourful artfulness. You may recall David (this little broken piggy went blub blub blub all the way home) Haye is relatively easy to wind up, except in the ring, and the previously unknown Chisora failed to graduate from a kindergarten for delinquent thugs.