- A European style of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Its elegant, balanced works revived the order and harmony of ancient Greek and Roman art. David and Canova are examples of neoclassicists.
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neoclassicism — eoclassicism n. a revival of the classical Greek and Roman style in art or literature. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Neoclassicism — For other uses, see Neoclassical (disambiguation). Porcelain vase of Medici Vase profile, decorated in Pompeian black and red, St. Petersburg, ca. 1830 Neoclassicism is the name given to Western movements in the decorative and visual arts,… … Wikipedia
neoclassicism — noun revival of a classical style (in art or literature or architecture or music) but from a new perspective or with a new motivation • Derivationally related forms: ↑neoclassicistic, ↑neoclassical, ↑neoclassicist • Hypernyms: ↑humanistic… … Useful english dictionary
neoclassicism — neoclassical (also neoclassic) ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to the revival of a classical style in the arts. DERIVATIVES neoclassicism noun neoclassicist noun & adjective … English terms dictionary
neoclassicism — noun see neoclassic … New Collegiate Dictionary
neoclassicism — /nee oh klas euh siz euhm/, n. 1. (often cap.) Archit. the trend or movement prevailing in the architecture of Europe, America, and various European colonies at various periods during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, characterized by the… … Universalium
neoclassicism — noun any of several movements in the arts, architecture, literature and music that revived forms from earlier centuries … Wiktionary
neoclassicism — n. use of classical styles and principles in art and literature … English contemporary dictionary
neoclassicism — noun the revival of a classical style or treatment in art, literature, architecture, or music. Derivatives neoclassic adjective neoclassical adjective neoclassicist noun & adjective … English new terms dictionary
neoclassicism — neo·classicism … English syllables