Examples of aesthete in a Sentence
He regards art critics as a bunch of pretentious aesthetes.
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Unpredictably, one of the biggest flaws of the miniseries was Sigourney Weaver’s Alexandra Reid, a paint-by-numbers aesthete of a villain with a yen for fine art and a wardrobe full of neutral separates from Akris Punto.
Every August, international aesthetes descend upon Santa Fe, New Mexico for the famed SWAIA Indian Market.
If anything, however, the Cleveland exhibition portrays Gund as a contemplative aesthete who relished the meditative mood evoked by the works in the subtly entrancing show whose title bears his name.
Adjaye is also a professional aesthete, with a master’s degree from London’s Royal College of Art.
That tension between past and present is why Taormina has drawn writers, artists, and aesthetes for centuries.
The characters’ tendency to explicate the story’s themes is also distancing, albeit plausible for a series about theory-conscious aesthetes.
While the Play line has become an approachable entry point to the Comme des Garçons universe, much of Kawakubo's work remains too esoteric for all but the most committed aesthetes—and music artists are no exception.
First staged at the Old Vic Theater in London, Mr. Jones’s interpretation, designed by Stewart Laing, is ravishing enough to please the sort of aesthetes who worship Robert Wilson’s exquisite dreamscapes.
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Origin and Etymology of aesthete
First Known Use: 1866See Words from the same year
AESTHETE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aesthete for English Language Learners
: a person who recognizes and values beauty in art, music, etc.
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