aesthetic

|iːsˈθɛtɪk|

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Слово Дня - aesthetic - эстетический

Description

Concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty.; Giving or designed to give pleasure through beauty; of pleasing appearance.; A set of principles underlying and guiding the work of a particular artist or artistic movement.

Examples

‘the pictures give great aesthetic pleasure’
‘We should strive to appreciate the aesthetic value of our names.’
‘Does knowing this information contribute to an esthetic appreciation of the photograph?’
‘As for esthetic value, I would bet on the architect whose project reflects enduring human values in architecture.’
‘In this period, they occupied very much the center of aesthetic appreciation and social value.’
‘Kashmir’s contribution to the Indian thought has been of immense artistic, esoteric and aesthetic value.’
‘The two married an industrial ethic to a modernist aesthetic, capturing an entire ethos in a single seat.’
‘Modern artists like Kirchner explored the rough, expressive aesthetic of woodcut.’
‘Here, the casually irreverent esthetic of a young artist was linked with literary notions of exploration and mortality.’
‘Digital art has myriad complexities that make it all the more difficult to define a new esthetic.’
‘Thereby they imply that the sculpture is steeped in the same aesthetic as that behind our legacy of San rock paintings.’
‘Although he has a pictorial esthetic, the pictures are completely isolated by their size alone.’

Translation

эстетический

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