Pronunciation of Art
/ˈɑːt/, /ˈɑːt/, /ˈɑː_t/
Synonyms for art:
chef-d'oeuvre, painting, pottery, lithography, performance art, ceramics, graphic design, textile, oeuvre, writing, slyness, adeptness, expertise, period piece, ikebana, flower arranging, masterwork, back catalog, op art, art form, kinetic art, printmaking, objet d'art, macrame, lit, screenprinting, expertness, work of art, brass rubbing, plastic arts, origami, opera, pix, sculpture, statuary, the performing arts, belles lettres, batik, visual arts, taxidermy, magnum opus, carving, drawing, masterpiece.
saddlery, upholstery, know-how, linocut, tanning, literature, silk-screen, montage, feature, arts and crafts, proficiency, career, piece, life drawing, imagery, collage, foreground, composition, assemblage, culture, engraving, oil painting, song, illumination, coloring, woodcarving.
Other synonyms and related words:
blind, culture, composition, vocation, work, opera, job, collage, device, writing, career, image, maneuver, employment, trade, canvas, artistry, ceramics, barter, saddlery, profession, off-broadway, dodge, piece, artistic production, illustration, illumination, picture, ability, slyness, objet d'art, literature, pottery, artwork, machination, taxidermy, tanning, statue, cheat, occupation, know-how, racket, knack, creation, fraud, op art, expertness, batik, soul, technique, adroitness, carving, oeuvre, business, prowess, foreground, artifice, masterpiece, handcraft, adeptness, montage, craft, stratagem, textile, calling, wile, music, artistic creation, handicraft, drawing, trick, skillfulness, invention, masterfulness, background, traffic, canon, engraving, contrivance, sculpture, masterwork, grotesque, upholstery, imposture, kinetic art, song, graphics, statuary, execution, ruse, subterfuge, editor, duty, study, Nontextual Matter, portraiture, imagery, work of art, assemblage, pursuit, humanities, hobby, proficiency, line, coloring, painting, fine art, expertise, commerce.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
painting, illustration, drawing.
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
creation meant to communicate or appeal to senses or mind (noun)
painting, illustration, carving.
sharpness, astuteness, slickness, guile, ingenuity, deviousness, Canniness, artifice, cunning, slipperiness, quickness, snakiness, deftness, wiliness, shrewdness, foxiness, slyness, trickiness, wariness, sly, mastery, smoothness, ingeniousness, facility, finesse, artfulness, craftiness, subtlety, skill, cleverness, wit.
characterization, choreography, scene, broadway, panorama, pantomime, vaudeville, melodrama, improvisation, rendering, production, show, spectacle, excitement, burlesque, skit, mime, drama, pageant, teleplay, theater, comedy, ballet, improvisational drama, mystery, variety, suspense, tragedy, presentation.