Definition of Coloristic

1. Adjective. (arts music) Of, pertaining to, or focused on coloring or an enhanced use of colour ¹



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Definition of Coloristic

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coloristic

colorimetrically
colorimetries
colorimetrist
colorimetrists
colorimetry
coloring
coloring book
coloring books
coloring material
colorings
colorisation
colorise
colorism
colorisms
colorist
coloristic (current term)
coloristical
coloristically
colorists
colorization
colorizations
colorize
colorized
colorizer
colorizers
colorizes
colorizing
colorless
colorlessly
colorlessness

Literary usage of Coloristic

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1. A Chronological Catalogue of the Engravings, Dry-points and Etchings of by Sylvester Rosa Koehler, Grolier Club (1897)
"75),— the former a fine specimen of pure black-and-white work, the latter the most developed example of coloristic engraving in ..."

2. The Southeast Building, the Twin Basilicas, the Mosaic House by Saul S. Weinberg (1960)
"XCVII, b), it became increasingly popular during the course of the second century, adapting itself conveniently as a filling motif to produce coloristic ..."

3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1905)
"... the possibility of historical psychology, the predominance of rhythmic and pictorial types in the German classics, and the coloristic method generally. ..."

4. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1909)
"Contrast is another subtle element of coloristic art. The simplest form appears when two colors in ..."

5. The Romantic Composers by Daniel Gregory Mason (1906)
"Another similarity between Schubert and Dvorak, also indicative of their romantic interest in special momentary features, is their coloristic use of harmony ..."

6. A Color Notation by Albert Henry Munsell (1905)
"Such a coloristic attitude is not satisfied until the vista into the next apartment is made attractive. Or should there be a suite of rooms, it demands that ..."

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