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  • n  a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation

  • But in its feature-film form, anime (Japanese animation) boasts a graphic artistry as potent as Disney's or Pixar's--or Goya's or Bosch's.
  • But beneath the chaos is a fanatical order, the desperate artistry of a genius scribbling as his life ran out Bolao died of liver disease in Spain in 2003.
  • So what explains the complex bit of artistry that is the human personality? We may not be born as tabulae rasae.
News & Articles

  • Garden pARTy to unveil more than paintings
    The Seiberling Mansion is home to more than history. It’s the home to beauty. The magnificent mansion is filled with historical art that adorns the walls. So, the newest summertime event at the Seiberling is a perfect fit for its artistry.
    June 12, 2013 - Kokomo Tribune
  • Latos' artistry not limited to baseball diamond
    Mat Latos is an artist. Literally and figuratively. Latos' artistry with a baseball is a given, but what you might not know is that, although he doesn't get around to it much anymore, the 6-foot-6 gentle giant of a starting pitcher used to doodle a bit.
    June 10, 2013 - Major League Baseball
  • Stephenville freshman Stewart holds own at State Rodeo Finals
    For some people, certain skills just click. Whether it’s the artistry of a painter or gifted hands of a pianist, some abilities just come naturally.
    June 10, 2013 - Abilene Reporter-News
Quotes

  • James Billington in MiamiHerald.com
    In announcing the registry, Librarian of Congress James Billington said the list "showcases the diverse beauty, humanity and artistry found in the American soundscape."
  • Andy Garcia in Washington Post
    The depth of your artistry is only more overwhelmed by the generosity of your spirit and your warmth,said Garcia, who worked with Pacino on "The Godfather: Part III." "You're Van Gogh. You're Modigliani. That's who you are."
  • Howard Stringer in Independent
    The head of the Sony Corporation Sir Howard Stringer said: "Michael Jackson was a brilliant troubadour for his generation, a genius whose music reflected the passion and creativity of an era. His artistry and magnetism changed the music landscape...

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