Noun(1) an artistic person who adheres to classicism(2) a student of ancient Greek and Latin
(1) When it comes to pop songwriting, she is a classicist .(2) The commission was clearly a turning point, representing a state of architectural flux; a decade later and he was a fully converted classicist in terms of both his funerary and domestic architecture.(3) In another era, he would have been a strict classicist ; as a young man in the early years of the twentieth century, he found his characteristic imagery in the logic of industrial America - its machine dreams.(4) The English classicist Housman said that in scholarship, accuracy is a duty, not a virtue.(5) A classicist might be tempted to note the Greek myth of Icarus, whose ambition and heedless self-confidence caused him to fly too close to the sun, which melted the wax holding together the feathers of his fabricated wings.(6) How would you describe your life; would you call it a life of a concrete poet; of an artist; of a cultural classicist ?(7) At the core a classicist , albeit with modernist leanings, he has not abandoned tradition but given the Toronto-based company a fresh image - youthful, creative and adventurous.(8) But she did ask that we not describe her as a classicist (she studied classics) but now works in another field.(9) A homegrown classicist , he presented an idealized side of desire that the ancient Greeks would have understood.(10) He was a brilliant classicist at school and won scholarships to Queen's University, but chose a career in medicine.(11) Keats laced his finest poetry with mythological allusions, as did the great German classicist and translator of Sophocles, HÔö£├élderlin.(12) This seems entirely fitting for a composer who has often been content to embrace classicist formal integration and resist modernist formal fragmentation.(13) Ibsen would be a classicist , a romantic, a Scribean, a realist, a symbolist, not to mention a Hegelian and a feminist, before he would be an apocalyptic.(14) As a classicist , Tolkien was fascinated by the gaps in history.(15) He thought of himself as ├ö├ç├┐a classicist structurally, a romantic emotionally and a modernist harmonically├ö├ç├û.(16) It is a classicist revenge drama that takes its time in becoming one, and is richer as a result.
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