Definition of Self-taught art
1. Noun. A genre of art and outdoor constructions made by untrained artists who do not recognize themselves as artists.
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Literary usage of Self-taught art
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1. Lewis and Clark Road Trips: Exploring the Trail Across America by Kira Gale (2006)
"... a Museum of Art. A permanent collection features self-taught art from the Northwest and Native American art. Changing exhibits, programs and classes. ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"We think that it might on these accounts be with advantage introduced into schools ; and also called in as a good help to the self-taught. ART. XXII. ..."
3. Book of the Artists: American Artist Life, Comprising Biographical and by Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1867)
"Augur's brief artistic career culminated in the group of "Jephthah and his Daughter," long considered a marvel of self-taught art, and still preserved as an ..."
4. American Journal of Education by Barnard (1882)
"Natural logic—the self-taught art of thinking- was tuo guard and guide of the female mind. Tho first of Watt's five methods of mental improvement, ..."
5. Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1910)
"... and teens were past, and he was facing what he called "the equinoctial gales of youth," and beginning to put his self-taught art of writing into print. ..."