artistry[ ahr-ti-stree ]SEE DEFINITION OF artistry
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTISTRY
He was dressed, again by the hands of the incomparable Leduc, in a deshabille of some artistry.
The trouble was that I had at the moment no wish for artistry.
That is her artistry, the word, the thing of beauty and the joy forever with her.
It was an error of artistry that he had committed; a heinous crime!
If this was artistry it was of a high order and should be ranked as art.
I cannot here dwell at length on the triumphs of Aurignacian and Magdalenian artistry.
In this story he displays the finesse, artistry and imagination of an old pro.
He was keenly alive to the artistry of clothes and his enthusiasm was contagious.
The book has artistry, but it is its sincerity which gives it its value.
Boucher showed in the use of chalks the artistry and skill that were always at his command.