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From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  313 Moby Thesaurus words for "art":
     American, Art Nouveau, Ashcan school, Barbizon, Bauhaus, Bolognese,
     British, Cobra, Dadaism, Dutch, Fauvism, Flemish, Fontainebleau,
     French, Gothicism, Italian, Italian hand, Mannerist, Milanese,
     Modenese, Momentum, Neapolitan, New York, Paduan, Parisian, Phases,
     Pre-Raphaelite, Raphaelite, Reflex, Restany, Roman, Scottish,
     Sienese, Spur, Suprematism, The Ten, Tuscan, Umbrian, Venetian,
     Washington, abstract expressionism, abstractionism,
     academic discipline, academic specialty, action painting,
     acuteness, address, adroitness, alphabet, applied science, area,
     arena, art nouveau, art schools, artful dodge, artfulness,
     artifice, artistic skill, artistry, arty-craftiness, astuteness,
     baroque, blind, blueprint, business, cageyness, callidity, calling,
     canniness, capability, career, career building, careerism,
     charactering, characterization, chart, chicanery, choreography,
     classicalism, classicism, cleverness, cloisonnism, competence,
     conceptual art, concern, conspiracy, constructivism, contrivance,
     conventional representation, conventionalism, coup, craft,
     craftiness, cubism, cunning, cunningness, cute trick,
     dance notation, deceit, delineation, demonstration,
     department of knowledge, depiction, depictment, design, device,
     dexterity, diagram, discipline, dodge, domain, drama, drawing,
     earth art, eclectic, elementarism, exemplification, existentialism,
     expedient, expertise, expressionism, fakement, feel, feint, fetch,
     field, field of inquiry, field of study, figuration,
     fine Italian hand, finesse, flair, foxiness, free abstraction,
     futurism, gambit, game, gamesmanship, gimmick, grift, groups,
     guile, hallucinatory painting, handicraft, handiness, hang,
     hieroglyphic, iconography, idealism, ideogram, illustration,
     imagery, imaging, impressionism, ingeniousness, insidiousness,
     intimism, intrigue, intuitionism, inventiveness, jugglery,
     kinetic art, knack, knavery, know-how, letter, lifework, limning,
     line, line of business, line of work, linear chromatism,
     little game, logogram, logograph, maneuver, map, matter painting,
     mechanics, mechanism, method, metier, minimal art, mission,
     modernism, move, musical notation, mystery, mysticism,
     natural science, naturalism, neoclassicism, neoconcrete art,
     neoconstructivism, nonobjectivism, notation, nuagism, number,
     occupation, ology, one-upmanship, op art, photomontage, pictogram,
     picturization, plan, plein-air, plot, ploy, poetic realism,
     poetic tachism, pointillism, portraiture, portrayal,
     postexpressionism, practice, prefigurement, preimpressionism,
     presentment, primitivism, printing, profession, proficiency,
     projection, province, pure science, purism, pursuit,
     quietistic painting, racket, readiness, realism, realization,
     red herring, rendering, rendition, representation,
     representationalism, representationism, resourcefulness,
     romanticism, ruse, satanic cunning, savvy, schema, scheme, science,
     score, script, sharpness, shift, shiftiness, shrewdness, skill,
     sleight, slipperiness, slyness, sneakiness, social science,
     sophistry, specialization, specialty, sphere, stealth,
     stealthiness, stratagem, strategy, study, subterfuge, subtilty,
     subtleness, subtlety, suppleness, suprematism, surrealism,
     syllabary, symbol, symbolism, synchromism, synthesism, tablature,
     tachism, tactic, talent, technic, technical know-how,
     technical knowledge, technical skill, technicology, technics,
     technique, technology, touch, trade, traditionalism, trick,
     trickery, trickiness, unism, virtu, vocation, vorticism, walk,
     walk of life, wariness, way, wile, wiles, wiliness, wily device,
     wit, work, writing

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