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fine art

1. art produced chiefly for its aesthetic value, as opposed to applied art
2. any of the fields in which such art is produced, such as painting, sculpture, and engraving
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"Historically, the fine-art world has wanted to separate itself from what it sees as the taint of commercialism," LeVan says.
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Sessions Online launched the School of Fine Arts because of the increased demand from students requiring a complete immersion in fine-art instruction, which ranges from art history and drawing to watercolor and painting.
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Account Representative Simon Lindner previously held a fine-art sales position with Colville Publishing.
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