|Overview: Fine Art|
Art for art's sake.
Art created according to the inspiration of the artist as opposed to commercial or functional constraints.
What is Fine Art?
John Spacey, updated on March 29, 2017
Fine art is art for art's sake. It is produced according to the inspiration of the artist as opposed to commercial constraints. Fine art includes painting, conceptual art, sculpture, architecture, landscaping, music, dance, performing arts, film, photography, calligraphy and printmaking.
CultureThis is the complete list of articles we have written about culture.
If you enjoyed this page, please consider bookmarking Simplicable.
A few possible definitions of culture.
An overview of cosmopolitanism.A list of subcultures. An overview of culture of fear. An overview of super culture with examples.
A definition of cultural superpower with examples.
When culture isn't ready for the future.A definition of cultural capital with examples. An overview of global culture with examples.
A list of subcultures.
An overview of new sincerity.
The difference between subculture and culture.
An overview of street fashion.The common characteristics of culture.
The definition of nerd with examples.An overview of youth culture with examples.
The definition of cultural symbol with a list of examples.
The definition of personal culture with examples.A list of examples of culture.
TrendingThe most popular articles on Simplicable in the past day.
Recent posts or updates on Simplicable. Site Map