from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Of or relating to art or artists.
- adjective Sensitive to or appreciative of art or beauty.
- adjective Showing imagination and skill.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to art in any sense, or to artists; characterized by or in conformity with art or with an art; displaying perfection of design or conception and execution; specifically, pertaining to or characterized by art in the esthetic sense; pertaining to one of the fine arts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to art or to artists; made in the manner of an artist; conformable to art; characterized by art; showing taste or skill.
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- adjective having or revealing
- adjective relating to or characteristic of
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective relating to or characteristic of art or artists
- adjective aesthetically pleasing
- adjective satisfying aesthetic standards and sensibilities
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I was too young to know the term artistic license, but I understood the concept.
No, because there is no fixed definition for the term artistic or creative?
Only once you have carried out what I call an artistic marketing evaluation I don't mean the design, looking at the web site through the eyes of the customer, and done all you could to improve the value to that customer, should you attempt to use SEO tools to polish the site's technical aspects.
I was afraid you might point out inconsistencies, because my memory is a bit foggy, but hey let's call it artistic freedom, right?
Rather touchingly, inspiration does return in his final years, but Mr. Houellebecq can only describe at a distance the saving graces of what he calls "artistic emotion"—his own cold, clinical writing is never able to activate it.
Lauding what he described as the artistic and technical genius behind the model, Scott said: "This is a magnificent work of art, make no mistake about it."
How little of the artistic is there in 'Canada, and, yet the Arts and Crafts Society is collecting from the foreign colonies out in the west their artistic products, that we of the native stock can only admire and cannot imitate.
It is not merely the special endowment of eye, ear, hand, not merely what we call artistic talent, which is exceptional and vested in individuals only.
She first explored what she calls artistic "in-between-ness" a couple of years back with
If institutions teaching design are only looking to take in 'artistic' people, this problem will probably worsen.