The branch of philosophy dealing with the appreciation of the creative form or structure of a work of art.
Philosophical investigation into the concept of beauty.
Aesthetics is the branch of philosophy involving varying aspects of art and provides the governing criteria for making artistic judgment. One main issue aesthetics attempts to resolve is how to define beauty. Is beauty inherent in the object or is it subjective, defined by the observer
Appreciation of beauty. Age Spots Brown spots found on sun-exposed areas of the skin resulting from a localized cluster of pigment-producing cells (melanocytes). Also known as solar lentigos, or, by the common name of liver spots, these age spots are visible evidence of accumulated, long-term sun-damage. They are treated with lasers.
The classical concern with the surface image of the world gives way to the technoetic aesthetics of creative consciousness and artificial life.
The science and study of beauty.
Forestry Operations & Water Quality] Sensitivity to or appreciation of the forest's beauty through recognition of its unique and varied components. Beauty through an orderly appearance. ll-aged or Uneven-aged Management [ Forest Stewardship] The practice of managing a forest by periodically selecting and harvesting individual trees or groups of trees from a stand while preserving its natural appearance.
Appreciation or criticism of objects of beauty; The study of the ideology of art; The study and philosophy of the quality and nature of sensory responses related to, but not limited by, the concept of beauty.
Of or pertaining to the sense of beautiful.
The field of study concerned with the art of movement.
The philosophy of fine arts.
Belonging to the appreciation of the beautiful in nature and in accordance with the theories and principles of taste.
characteristics of a product or system that make it look beautiful and attractive
A branch of philosophy that focuses on the nature of beauty, the nature and value of art, and the inquiry processes and human responses associated with those topics.
(art) the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty and taste (emphasizing the evaluative criteria that are applied to art); "traditional aesthetics assumed the existence of universal and timeless criteria of artistic value"
The theory of the artistic or the "beautiful". traditionally a branch of philosophy, but now a compound of the philosophy, psychology , and sociology of art. As a compound of the above, Aesthetics is no longer solely confined to determining what is beautiful in art, but now attempts to discover the origins of sensitivity to art forms, and the relationships of art to other phases of culture( such as science , industry, morality, philosophy , and religion). Concerned with artistic quality of form as opposed to descriptive form or a mere recording of facts in visual form. Amorphous:Without clarity of definition; formless; indistinct and of uncertain dimensions.
A compound of the philosophy, psychology, and sociology of art having to do with the nature of beauty and its relation to human beings.
Having to do with non-tangible attributes such as artistic appeal, cultural value, or beauty.
the formal study of art, especially in relation to the notion of beauty
The philosophy or study of the nature of beauty and art.
the sense of what people consider beautiful or culturally appropriate, varying from folk group to folk group and individual to individual.
A set of principles regarding the nature and appreciation of beauty.
concerned with the qualities of appearance; visual appeal; good taste; beauty
the forest value, rooted in beauty and visual appreciation, affording inspiration, contributing to the arts, and providing a special quality of life.
qualities that are considered pleasing or beautiful according to cultural standards.
The philosophic theories relating to the concept of beauty in art and, by extension, to the history of art appreciation and taste.
A term dealing with form, design, and/or quality of construction of a particular sign, building, site or structure, that presents a judgmental statement concerning the level of beauty or artistic value.
Of or pertaining to the perception of things, places, or objects which evoke appreciation by the individual, without regard to market or monetary value, or the utility of said things, places, or objects.
The way things look, relating to ideals of beauty.
Analogic category (or experiential context) concerning the arts, the literature and the music.
the science which deals with the beautiful
(1) Sensitivity to or appreciation of the forest's beauty through recognition of its unique and varied components. (2) Beauty through an orderly appearance.
The sum total of the visual response to the beauty of an object. Elements of aesthetics may include: color, shape or particular features of the object.
the study of beauty and judgments of beauty.
the study or theory of the beautiful in art.
a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty, art, and taste and with the creation and appreciation of beauty : a pleasing appearance or effect
the branch of philosophy that studies the nature of art and defines the standards by which an artwork should be judged
The philosophical study that explores questions about "what is art?" or "what is beauty?"
A branch of philosophy that focuses on the nature of beauty, the nature and value of the arts and the inquiry processes and human responses they produce.
A branch of philosophy; the study of art and theories about the nature and components of aesthetic experience.
the philosophy or theory of artistic beauty.
In the context of advanced design, aesthetics are perceived as manifestations of the intuitive qualities integral to that which is being designed. Even though normally associated with its philosophical origins in beauty and art, aesthetics can be understood as an essential component of contemporary life.
Aesthetics (also spelled esthetics) is a branch of philosophy called value theory or axiology, which is the study of sensory or sensori-emotional values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment or taste. Aesthetics is closely associated with the philosophy of art.