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Fine Art

  • Media (arts), materials and techniques used by an artist to produce a work

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Lisa Wray
... of the early pioneers of visual graphic media arts ... Her works can be viewed as tradigital art and metaphysical art ... Wray graduated from the Hussian School of Art, Philadelphia in 1979, where she studied commercial and fine art ...
Las Vegas Art Museum - History
... LVAM was the first fine-arts museum in southern Nevada ... Nevada, what is now the Las Vegas Art Museum came from humble beginnings ... In 1950, a group of visionaries created the Las Vegas Art League with the intention of bringing fine art to the city ...
City And Guilds Of London Art School - History
... The City and Guilds of London Art School was founded in 1854 ... It was known as Lambeth School of Art and was based in Black Prince Road and St Oswald's Place ... becoming known as the South London School of Technical Art ...
Fine Art - Academic Study
... talk page In the United States an academic course of study in fine art may include the Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art, or a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and/or a Master of Fine Arts degree ... Doctor of Fine Arts degrees —earned, as opposed to honorary degrees— have begun to emerge at some US academic institutions, however ...
List Of Museums In Georgia (country) - Imereti
... Kutaisi Fine Art Gallery Tskhaltubo Fine Art Museum Vani Fine Art Museum. ...

Famous quotes containing the words fine art, art and/or fine:

    It is in the comprehension of the physically disabled, or disordered ... that we are behind our age.... sympathy as a fine art is backward in the growth of progress ...
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)

    Experiment is necessary in establishing an academy, but certain principles must apply to this business of art as to any other business which affects the artis tic sense of the community. Great art speaks a language which every intelligent person can understand. The people who call themselves modernists today speak a different language.
    Robert Menzies (1894–1978)

    Hence it will not do for the Landlord to possess too fine a nature.... He must have no idiosyncracies, no particular bents or tendencies to this or that, but a general, uniform, and healthy development, such as his portly person indicates, offering himself equally on all sides to men.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)