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intellectual

1. Pert. to the mind.
2. Possessing intellect.
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While a lot of written evidence about the uses, patrons and interpretations of literati painting survives, little is known about the artists and artisans who worked in the service of the courts.
The Ringling Art Library The Literati discusses Marcel Duchamp: The Afternoon Interviews by Calvin Tomkins
The library team at Olin decided to partner with Credo to design and implement a more streamlined, dynamic, and user-friendly delivery of research literacy instruction using Credo's Literati Academic product.
Sweet sees Literati as a viable way to foster and develop those necessary skills; it blends content, technology, and service into one agile and versatile solution.
The piece combines eremitism, poetry, and art in much the same spirit as the Chinese literati.
For 21 years, Groth was gatekeeper to the literati hub, rubbing elbows with J.
The intellectual, cultural and economic influence of the literati contributed to the gradual rise of Chan Buddhism as an institutional establishment from the late-Ming period.
Taking a drink in Dylan's drinking haunt in New Quay one day I learned of a side of Dylan which is never referred to by the London literati who "cab it" to Laugharne from the express at Carmarthen.
28, LondonOs Grosvenor House, a JW Marriott Hotel, launched their first Literati Book Club Event.
Two reasons to be cheerful, and cut through the pretentious nonsense spouted by some of the alleged literati.
IT'S often claimed our lives are run by either the literati, glitterati, aristocrati or the New Labourati.
The forms used by ancient Chinese artists often related to their allegiances: the literati worked in an intentionally unrefined manner, for example; followers of the orthodox school strove to instill a spirit of antiquity in their compositions; and professional and court painters used highly polished, meticulous brushwork.