English noun: art
|1.||art (artifact) the products of human creativity; works of art collectively|
|Samples||An art exhibition.|
A fine collection of art.
|Narrower (hyponym)||artificial flower, commercial art, cyberart, dance, decoupage, diptych, gem, genre, graphic art, grotesque, kitsch, mosaic, plastic art, treasure, triptych, work of art|
|Domain category||art, artistic creation, artistic production|
|2.||art (act) the creation of beautiful or significant things|
|Samples||Art does not need to be innovative to be good.|
I was never any good at art.
He said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully.
|Synonyms||artistic creation, artistic production|
|Broader (hypernym)||creation, creative activity|
|Narrower (hyponym)||arts and crafts, carving, ceramics, decalcomania, decoupage, drafting, draftsmanship, drawing, gastronomy, glyptography, origami, painting, perfumery, printmaking, sculpture, topiary|
|Domain category members||aesthetics, Americana, appraiser, aquatint, art, authenticator, blazon, cartoon, cathartic, celluloid, chalk out, charcoal, charge, cinema, conventionalize, deaccession, depict, depict, distemper, doldrums, draw, emblazon, engrave, ensemble, esthetics, etch, etch, exhibition, expo, exposition, expressive style, fill in, film, fine art, finger-paint, formalised, formalistic, formalized, fresco, ground, idealogue, illuminate, illustrate, interpret, limn, lithograph, longueur, miniate, miniate, model, model, moderne, mold, mould, nonrepresentational, paint, paint, picture, pop, popular, portray, portray, pose, posture, present, releasing, render, repaint, represent, rubricate, sculpt, sculpture, shade, show, silkscreen, sit, sketch, stagnancy, stagnation, stencil, stipple, stipple, style, stylise, stylize, talaria, tension, theoretician, theoriser, theorist, theorizer, tout ensemble, vocabulary, watercolor, watercolour|
|3.||art (cognition) a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation|
|Samples||The art of conversation.|
It's quite an art.
|Broader (hypernym)||superior skill|
|Narrower (hyponym)||airmanship, aviation, enology, eristic, falconry, fortification, homiletics, horology, minstrelsy, musicianship, oenology, puppetry, taxidermy, telescopy, ventriloquism, ventriloquy|
|4.||art (communication) photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication|
|Samples||The publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book.|
|Synonyms||artwork, graphics, nontextual matter|
|Broader (hypernym)||visual communication|
|Narrower (hyponym)||drawing, illustration|