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fine art

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfine artˌfine ˈart noun 🔊 🔊 the fine arts
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fine artDixon collected fine art and antique cars.I create fine art from found objects, and also work extensively in faux stone.Other exemptions -- such as for fine art or antiques -- can push that limit higher.Camp Stevens, Julian; for fine art.In addition to fashion, Bond Street is also renowned for its auction houses and for its fine art galleries.These paintings owe as much to the pictorial conventions of mass-media imagery as they do to those of fine art.We did use black paper, but it looked terrible and attracted graffiti, so then we thought of fine art.Warner went into the fine art business, using his friends and his influence to match buyer to purchase.
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