Definition of artistry in English:

artistry

noun

mass noun
  • Creative skill or ability.

    ‘the artistry of the pianist’
    • ‘Will his wife appreciate his artistry or will she have him cut it up for firewood to keep her warm?’
    • ‘Even the emotional experience that Tchaikovsky's music affords us can be traced back to his consummate artistry.’
    • ‘Peter Jackson's King Kong was an epic work of consummate artistry.’
    • ‘All are carved from white granite and show a skill and artistry rarely seen elsewhere.’
    • ‘They are a potent symbol of the jet age and a form of aerial artistry that decorates clear blue skies.’
    • ‘His clarity of projection, firmness of line, richness of tone and nobility of presence all bespeak rare artistry.’
    • ‘Every few years Oscar sees fit to reward genuine artistry, thereby reminding us why we watch the show in the first place.’
    • ‘There are moments of artistry and tenderness in the best of these photographs but they come from the man behind the camera, not her.’
    • ‘For he saw in the mass market of Hollywood one whose artistry might equal or surpass anything available in the European art houses.’
    • ‘You will be enthralled by the skill and artistry of the Russian ice stars.’
    • ‘The piano artistry of Leviev has brought him recognition as a one of the major jazz innovators of this century.’
    • ‘Today garden artistry is available to everyone, and it doesn't have to be on a grand scale.’
    • ‘Of course most of us will never be able to match the skill and artistry of the great musicians of our time.’
    • ‘There is no mistaking the technical skill and artistry of these dancers.’
    • ‘It is a testament to his consummate artistry that Hunt's oeuvre does not become repetitive.’
    • ‘Equally apparent is the skill and artistry with which Melville transcends his influences.’
    • ‘He has created a small menu of mostly Asian cuisine, lending his own inspired artistry to each dish.’
    • ‘I was in utter admiration of the talent and artistry that the guys all possessed.’
    • ‘Like his film-star predecessor Ronald Reagan, he makes no great claims to artistry.’
    • ‘There was an explosion of colour, creativity and artistry on display among the masqueraders.’
    creative skill, creativity, art, skill, ability, accomplishment, talent, genius, brilliance, expertness, flair, proficiency, virtuosity, finesse, style, touch, expressiveness, perception, sensitivity, inspiration, poetry, eloquence
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Pronunciation

artistry

/ˈɑːtɪstri/