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Definition of AEsthete

AEsthete
AEsthete [AE]s"thete, n. [Gr. ? one who perceives.] One who makes much or overmuch of [ae]sthetics. [Recent]

Meaning of AEsthete from wikipedia

- novels of Evelyn Waugh, who was a young parti****nt of aesthete society at Oxford, describe the aesthetes mostly satirically, but also as a former parti****nt...
- Aesthetes are organs in chitons, derived from the mantle of the organism. They are generally believed to be tiny 'eyes', too small to be seen unaided...
- a list of aestheticians (or aestheticists), philosophers of art, and aesthetes. That is, people who theorize about the nature of art and beauty. Contents...
- labels Betley Welcomes Careful Drivers and, subsequently, Memoirs of an Aesthete. The project has also released music through labels such as Siltbreeze...
- The Harvard Aesthetes was a group of poets attending Harvard University in a period roughly between 1912 and 1919. It includes: Malcolm Cowley (1898–1989)...
- as a slogan by aesthetes but used against them by critics who sensed in it a terrible vacuousness. Some elements disdained the aesthetes, but their languishing...
- CBE (5 July 1904 – 27 February 1994) was a British writer, scholar, and aesthete who was a prominent member of the Bright Young Things. He wrote fiction...
- known as Alexis, Baron de Redé, was a prominent French banker, aristocrat, aesthete, collector, and socialite. In 2003, he was appointed a commandeur of the...
- known as Gerald Tyrwhitt, was a British composer, novelist, painter and aesthete. He is usually referred to as Lord Berners. Berners was born in Apley Hall...
- Prächtige: Mäzen, Schöngeist und Tyrann" [Lorenzo the Magnificent: Patron, Aesthete and Tyrant]. Damals (in German). Vol. 45 no. 3. p. 32. Reinhardt, Volker...
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