Translation for 'academicism' from English to Russian
NOUN   academicism | academicisms
SYNO academicism | academism | scholasticism
академизм {м}academicism
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Translation for 'academicism' from English to Russian

академизм {м}
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  • His academicism and grand-manner painting span styles from Baroque to incipient Neoclassicism. He was a tutor to Stefano Pozzi, Johann Zoffany, and Gavin Hamilton. He may have mentored Pompeo Batoni.
  • "Quiet", in Leonard Bernstein's "Candide", satirizes the method by using it for a song about boredom, and Benjamin Britten used a twelve-tone row—a "tema seriale con fuga"—in his "Cantata Academica: Carmen Basiliense" (1959) as an emblem of academicism.
  • The buildings are built in cut stone and are characterized by a certain academicism. A new neo-Gothic chapel replaced the first oratory in 1885.
  • Commissions did not dry up during the July Monarchy, though he was criticized for his academicism.
  • As an established authority in the artistic scene in the island, Calì started to grow his own school, favouring the style of Verismo over the rampant Neo-Classicism and academicism.

  • Sloterdijk's philosophical style strikes a balance between the firm academicism of a scholarly professor and a certain sense of anti-academicism (witness his ongoing interest in the ideas of Osho, of whom he became a disciple in the late seventies).
  • Rogelio de Egusquiza was a singular painter who evolved from academicism and a brief phase of fortunyista influence to a decorativist and exuberant symbolism strongly influenced by the work of Wagner, many of whose plots and characters he recreated in his paintings.
  • He believed that this was a feature from academicism of late Classical era.
  • At the end of the war, in 1944, he made a short stint at the Beaux-Arts in Paris, whose academicism he rejected.
  • This oil painting one canvas congregates elements from two Brazilian artistic movements, modernism and academicism.

  • From 1970 to 1974 he directed the Catalan School of Tapestry In 1975 he moved to Girona, where he held a chair in tapestry, teaching the craft of weaver based on academicism.
  • They broke free of the traditions imposed by academicism and innovated while continuing to respect the aesthetic grace of Indian art forms and the richness of myth.
  • Alongside this academicism, the romantic tradition formalized by Gericault, Bonington and Delacroix was gaining momentum.
  • His work "Flood" has a taste of academicism and salon art of the second half of the 19th century, with its polished figures and Alma-Tadema-esque composition.
  • Some of his methods and work were heavily criticized by his fellow art colleagues in the city of Varna for being based on academicism.

  • The Société Libre des Beaux-Arts ("Free Society of Fine Arts") was an organization formed in 1868 by Belgian artists to react against academicism and to advance Realist painting and artistic freedom.
  • Her style evolved from a strict objectivism and academicism in direction of more impressions and plein air painting.
  • Carpeaux soon grew tired of academicism and became a wanderer on the streets of Rome.
  • Specially with the art industry and academicism. During an interview she stated: "I didn't want to work with concepts; I wanted to work with my life.
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