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[[Imago:David von Michelangelo.jpg|thumb|200px|Statua [[David]]is a [[Michael Angelus Bonarotius|Michaelo Angelo Bonarotio]] sculpta.]]
'''Bellae artes''' dicuntursunt parvus numerus [[ars|artium]] [[ars visualis|visualiumoculorum]] [[ars activa|activarumque]], apud quem [[ars scaenica]], [[saltatio]], [[cantus]], [[musica]], [[pictura]], [[sculptura]], et [[architectura]] numerantur. Bellae artes sunt speciales{{dubsig}} quod talis artis propositum invenitur in [[Pulchritudo|pulchritudine]] artis ipsaeipsius, id est ars est causa finalis eius ipsaeipsius, non alia res. Saepe igitur multae [[litterae]], sicut [[poësis|poëses]] [[drama]]ticae et [[Poësis lyrica|lyricae]] pulchritudinis finem habentes, quoque inter bellas artes numerantur.
Usque hodie hoc termino insigniter utuntur multae scholae[[schola]]e, [[institutum|instituta]], et aliae societates cuius fines sunt cultivarecolere in artibus elegantibus perspectivas classicas et [[mos|mores]] tralaticios. Multi autem termino utuntur ad quamque artem indicandam, quam artifex summa arte tractat. Exempli gratia homines audiri potest de athleta pedilusore [[Pele]] dicentes ''"Pele vere pediludium ad sublimitatem artium bellarum sustulit.'' "
artificium = craft
That fine art is seen as being distinct from applied arts is largely the result of an issue raised in Britain by the conflict between the followers of the Arts and Crafts Movement, including William Morris, and the early modernists, including Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group. The former sought to bring socialist principles to bear on the arts by including the more commonplace crafts of the masses within the realm of the arts, while the modernists sought to keep artistic endeavor as exclusive and esoteric.
Confusion often occurs when people mistakenly refer to the Fine Arts but mean the Performing Arts (Music, Dance, Drama, etc). However, there is some disagreement here, as, for example, at York University, Fine Arts is a faculty that includes the "traditional" fine arts, design, and the "Performing Arts". Furthermore, creative writing is frequently considered a fine art as well.
An academic course of study in fine art may include a Bachelor of Fine Arts and/or a Master of Fine Arts degree. Doctor of Fine Arts degrees (earned as opposed to honorary degrees) have begun to emerge as well at some academic institutions.
[edit] Types
* Architecture (frequently considered a fine art, especially if its aesthetic components are spotlighted [in contrast to structural-engineering or construction-management components])
* Avant-garde music (much of it frequently considered both a performing art and a fine art)
* Comics
* Dance (much of it frequently considered both a performing art and a fine art)
* Drawing
* Electronic Media (perhaps the newest medium for fine art, since it utilizes modern technologies such as computer hardware and software from production to presentation. Includes amongst other things video, digital photography, digital printmaking and interactive pieces)
* Film and Cinematography
* Fine art photography
* Painting
* Printmaking
* Sculpture
* Textiles, including quilt art and "wearables" or "pre-wearables" frequently considered fine art if part of an art display
* Theatre (a performing art that is frequently also considered a fine art)
* Western art music (a performing art that is frequently also considered a fine art)
[edit] See also
* Contemporary art
* Aesthetics
* Art
* Visual arts
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