American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Artistic ability: a sculptor of great artistry.
- n. Artistic quality or craft: the artistry of a poem.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Artistic pursuits collectively. Browning.
- n. Artistic workmanship or effect; artistic quality.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Works of art collectively.
- n. Artistic effect or quality.
- n. Artistic pursuits; artistic ability.
- n. a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation
- artist + -ry. (Wiktionary)
“This year she has embarked on what she calls an artistry series, for which she pairs with local artists and creates a specialty beer that reflects the art.”
“Some call it artistry, some call it talent, and of course, there are always those who call it BS.”
“As the film dares its audience to think, the occasional lapse in artistry feels too much like “gimme” questions.”
“To make these first stories superior in artistry, London buttressed both action and philosophical comment with a setting that complemented the tone and theme.”
“Though London was, apparently, unaware of either the technical or psychological area in which he was working, his fascination for the device gives another dimension to the studies of his naturalistic literature. 1 Finally, to note the ways in which London's artistry is at work at this point in his career, there is considerable ingenuity in the somewhat original fashion in which London parallels the “retrogression” of Buck to the “progression” of Fang.”
“But the person we all need to emulate for cork artistry is clearly Jan Elftmann.”
“I personally value the artistry of digital works, and certainly agree that the masters of digital art produce artistic masterpieces that at the very least equal in artistry to more traditional forms of painting.”
“They seem to me to be formulaic, lacking in artistry, in fact lacking in anything creative or interesting.”
“My guns have increased in artistry as my economic conditions have improved in age.”
“Anthologies also have their own character, and, like the mix tapes of the pre-iPod era, there is a certain artistry to putting them together.”
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