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1. A heady mixture of reminiscence and connoisseurship of the least pretentious, most illuminating sort.
2. In other words, modernism preferred connoisseurship, tended to be European and dealt in universals.
3. His connoisseurship is broad and deep, his examples are often breathtaking, and his analyses of how the masterpieces achieve their effects are acute and compelling.
4. Connoisseurship is not merely the ability to discern whether an art work is authentic or fake; it is also the ability to recognize whether a work is a masterpiece.
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5. Esthetics Connoisseurship course is one important part of esthetic judgement education in university.
6. Therefore in the acoustic evaluation, the connoisseurship aspect, we will hear terminology frequently: the emperor imperial throne describes this best listening region precious.
7. The students' connoisseurship and creative ability to art one of the reflections of themselves comprehensive quality in colleges and universities.
8. Connoisseurship remains a powerful tool.
9. Connoisseurship sometimes overrides scientific evidence.
10. An innovative programme of promotions, based on the themes of connoisseurship and discovery, has built a solid following.
11. There was, however, nothing phony about his powers of connoisseurship, and looking at pictures with him was fascinating.
12. Wallis made a small but highly original contribution to the art and connoisseurship of his time.
13. This paper attempts to investigate how some late-Ming figure paintings represent women and their qualities and how these qualities of womanhood represent the culture of connoisseurship of that time.
14. Both the gender associations of the form and the connoisseurship of its stylistic refinements led to much theorizing on the distinctiveness of tz'u relative to its competing verse form, shih .
15. I’m more toward the other side, where I’m convinced by my own personal experience that it is very much like connoisseurship, because of . . .
16. Since 1981 the availability of material has radically altered perceptions of Tibetan art and has raised the issue of connoisseurship .
17. The article points out how Suzhou's once thriving community of connoisseurship and collection has had a constructive influence on Wumen calligraphy and painting.
18. If the present exhibition and its catalogue could contribute in some small measure to Chinese jade connoisseurship , it would be a great blessing.
19. For centuries art detectives had to rely mainly on connoisseurship.
20. The aim of teaching classical poems at college is to inherit and bequeath the cultural heritage, to foster students' taste and interest in literature, to develop students' poetic connoisseurship.
21. In that sense, Biro’s authentications were far less democratic than traditional connoisseurship.
22. The teaching of poem is the important content of Chinese teaching of high school, the poem connoisseurship of training students in teaching is an important task of vast Chinese teacher's.
23. Real coffee, like fine wine or tea, can inspire both devotion and connoisseurship - and yes, on occasion, snobbery even.
24. My shop's each work is unique, has the collection value really, the hope community man of insight presence connoisseurship .
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