artistic judgment

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It poses a challenge to every Filipino far and wide to use the power of their artistic judgment to bring color to our nation.
All the designs in the book are there to illustrate obsolescence, not personal artistic judgment.
Some courts in the past have taken into consideration whether the designer's artistic judgment was exercised independently of functional considerations, which certainly can be argued.
60) notes that one can scarcely imagine education or review in the arts without credible and poignant artistic judgment.
Its inherent quality is enhanced based on the artistic judgment of the artist.
The second is where he claims that artistic judgment is subjective, drawing attention to the (supposed) subjective reflections of surgeons on surgery.
Carolyn Ludwig, the editor and publisher, has fine artistic judgment and knows where to get great books assembled.
At the same time, this incongruity is also symptomatic of a broader issue that will constitute a genuine drawback for some readers: a disjunction between the orientation of this book and the latter-day refutation of the specious but longstanding notion that Schumann entered into a gradual state of mental deterioration in the late 1840s, with a concomitant decline in his artistic judgment and creative faculties.
A police source said: "This either points to the fact the thieves had good artistic judgment or that they couldn't melt that one down and it was no use to them.
In this way, the practice of futurism is a labor of both scientific analysis and artistic judgment.
With good artistic judgment, a colored or tinted finish can accentuate and enhance the sculpted forms.
The New Jersey-born von Stade, though an internationally famous opera star, has forged her acclaimed three-decades-long career on a foundation of sound artistic judgment and a no-nonsense work ethic that begins with her own exemplary behavior.