Les arts décoratifs sont pratiqués par les métiers d'art traditionnellement définis par leurs productions ornementales et fonctionnelles et par les matériaux auxquels ils donnent forme : la céramique, le bois, le verre, le métal, le textile, le stuc ou la pierre, voire la pierre précieuse.

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  • Les arts décoratifs sont pratiqués par les métiers d'art traditionnellement définis par leurs productions ornementales et fonctionnelles et par les matériaux auxquels ils donnent forme : la céramique, le bois, le verre, le métal, le textile, le stuc ou la pierre, voire la pierre précieuse.
  • Artes decorativas é um termo utilizado para descrever trabalhos ornamentais ou funcionais e diferenciá-los das artes plásticas. Atualmente, esse é um termo antiquado para descrever áreas ligadas ao design. Algumas das atividades relacionadas seriam: o design de móveis, interiores, cerâmica, maiólicas, livros, têxtil, etc.A expressão "artes decorativas" foi cunhada durante a Revolução Industrial para descrever a separação de trabalho que ocorreu a partir das mudanças tecnológicas que afetaram o mercado de artistas e artesãos. O termo é, portanto, de grande significância para a história do design e das artes plásticas.Um termo que ainda persiste, e que é quase um sinônimo de artes decorativas, é arte aplicada.
  • Decoratieve kunst is een traditionele benaming voor een aantal soorten kunst en handwerken waarbij decoratieve en functionele werken worden gemaakt van een groot scala aan materialen, waaronder keramiek, hout, glas, metaal, textiel en vele andere. Onder decoratieve kunst vallen keramiek, glaskunst, meubilair en ander huisraad en binnenhuisarchitectuur, maar architectuur meestal niet. De decoratieve kunsten worden vaak geplaatst tegenover de "schone kunsten", waaronder schilderkunst, tekenkunst, fotografie en grootschalige beeldhouwkunst, die meestal geen functie van zichzelf hebben anders dan dat ze kunnen worden bekeken. Sommigen maken een onderscheid tussen decoratieve en schone kunsten op basis van functionaliteit, beoogd doel, importantie, status als een unieke creatie of werk van een enkele artiest. Decoratieve kunst kan zowel onverplaatsbaar (bijvoorbeeld behang) als verplaatsbaar (bijvoorbeeld lampen) zijn. Decoratieve kunst wordt ook als synoniem voor toegepaste kunst gebruikt, maar de tweede wordt ook als een overkoepelende benaming gebruikt voor decoratieve kunst, grafische vormgeving en industriële vormgeving, waarbij de laatste twee soms kunnen overlappen met decoratieve kunst. Meestal wordt de benaming "decoratieve kunst" weinig gebruikt voor hedendaags werk, dat meestal wordt aangeduid met 'industriële vormgeving' (design). In de kunstgeschiedenis wordt voor de decoratieve kunst vaak de Engelse benaming minor arts gebruikt.
  • インテリア(interior)とは、日本語で室内装飾品という意味であり、室内の装飾やそれに付随する照明、装飾家具を表す。広義のインテリアは室内を装飾する品物全般を指すが、狭義ではその中で装飾性に特化されたものだけを指す。また、インテリアは装飾品、什器そのものより、それによって飾られた室内空間という概念が強い語である。
  • Las Artes decorativas se definen como trabajos ornamentales y funcionales en madera, vidrio, metal o textil. Este campo incluye mobiliario, diseño de interiores y la arquitectura.
  • Les arts decoratives es defineixen tradicionalment com ornamental i funcional de les obres en ceràmica, fusta, vidre, metall, tèxtil.El camp inclou la ceràmica, mobiliari, accessoris, disseny d'interiors i arquitectura. Les arts decoratives es classifiquen sovint en oposició a les belles arts, és a dir, pintura, dibuix, fotografia i escultura a gran escala.
  • Декоративното изкуство е дял на пластичните изкуства, представляващ всяко приложно изкуство с оформителски функции в ансамблово пространство (интериор, екстериор). Като понятие включва: декоративна живопис и скулптура, мозайка, стъклопис, резба върху различни материали, кован метал, декоративни тъкани, сценография, ландшафтна украса, площадна и улична украса, флористика и др.За разлика от приложното изкуство произведенията на декоративното изкуство нямат непосредствено утилитарно значение.
  • Dekorativní umění je umění, které je určeno především k dekoraci, neboli výzdobě a spojuje v sobě ornament a funkčnost. Dekorativní umění pracuje s rozličnými materiály jako jsou keramika, dřevo, sklo, kov, textil, štuk nebo kámen, obzvláště drahokam. Uplatňuje se od architektury interiérů (např. tapety) přes nábytek až po předměty denní potřeby.
  • The decorative arts is traditionally a term for the design and manufacture of functional objects. It includes interior design, but not usually architecture. The decorative arts are often categorized in opposition to the "fine arts", namely, painting, drawing, photography, and large-scale sculpture, which generally have no function other than to be seen.The distinction between decorative and fine arts has essentially risen from the post-Renaissance art of the West, where it is for the most part meaningful. It is much less so when applied to the art of other cultures and periods, where the most highly regarded works often include those in "decorative" media, or all works are in such media. For example, Islamic art in many periods and places consists entirely of the decorative arts, as does the art of many traditional cultures, and in Chinese art the distinction is less useful than in Europe. Even in Europe, the distinction is unhelpful for Early Medieval art, where although "fine arts" such as manuscript illumination and monumental sculpture existed, the most prestigious works, commissioned from the best artists, tended to be in goldsmith work, cast metals such as bronze or other techniques such as ivory carving. Large-scale wall-paintings were apparently much less regarded, relatively crudely executed, and rarely mentioned in contemporary sources; they were probably seen as a cheap but inferior substitute for mosaic, which in this period must be treated as a fine art, though in recent centuries contemporary production has tended to be seen as decorative. The term "ars sacra" ("sacred arts") is sometimes used for medieval Christian art in metal, ivory, textiles and other high-value materials from this period, though this does not cover the even rarer survivals of secular works. Modern understanding of the art of many cultures tends to be distorted by the modern privileging of fine art media over others, as well as the very different survival rates of works in different media. Works in metal, above all in precious metals, are liable to be "recycled" as soon as they fall from fashion, and were often used by owners as repositories of wealth, to be melted down when extra money was needed. Illuminated manuscripts have a much higher survival rate, especially in the hands of the church, as there was little value in the materials and they were easy to store.The promotion of the fine arts over the decorative in European thought can largely be traced to the Renaissance, when Italian theorists such as Vasari promoted artistic values, exemplified by the artists of the High Renaissance, that placed little value on the cost of materials or the amount of skilled work required to produce a work, but instead valued artistic imagination and the individual touch of the hand of a supremely gifted master such as Michelangelo, Raphael or Leonardo da Vinci, reviving to some extent the approach of antiquity. Most European art during the Middle Ages had been produced under a very different set of values, where both expensive materials and virtuoso displays in difficult techniques had been highly valued. In China both approaches had co-existed for many centuries: ink and wash painting, mostly of landscapes, was to a large extent produced by and for the scholar-bureaucrats or "literati", and was intended as an expression of the artist's imagination above all, while other major fields of art, including the very important Chinese ceramics produced in effectively industrial conditions, were produced according to a completely different set of artistic values.The lower status given to works of decorative art in contrast to fine art narrowed with the rise of the Arts and Crafts movement. This aesthetic movement of the second half of the 19th century was born in England and inspired by William Morris and John Ruskin. The movement represented the beginning of a greater appreciation of the decorative arts throughout Europe. The appeal of the Arts and Crafts Movement to a new generation led, in 1882, to the English architect and designer Arthur H. Mackmurdo organizing the Century Guild for craftsmen, which championed the idea that there was no meaningful difference between the fine and decorative arts. Many converts, both from professional artists’ ranks and from among the intellectual class as a whole, helped spread the ideas of the movement. The influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement led to the decorative arts being given a greater appreciation and status in society and this was soon reflected by changes in the law. Until the enactment of the Copyright Act 1911 only works of fine art had been protected from unauthorised copying. The 1911 Act extended the definition of an "artistic work" to include works of "artistic craftsmanship". For the first time works of decorative art could be classfied as works of art rather than design and benefit from the full period of copyright protection previously available only to works of fine art.
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  • Les arts décoratifs sont pratiqués par les métiers d'art traditionnellement définis par leurs productions ornementales et fonctionnelles et par les matériaux auxquels ils donnent forme : la céramique, le bois, le verre, le métal, le textile, le stuc ou la pierre, voire la pierre précieuse.
  • インテリア(interior)とは、日本語で室内装飾品という意味であり、室内の装飾やそれに付随する照明、装飾家具を表す。広義のインテリアは室内を装飾する品物全般を指すが、狭義ではその中で装飾性に特化されたものだけを指す。また、インテリアは装飾品、什器そのものより、それによって飾られた室内空間という概念が強い語である。
  • Las Artes decorativas se definen como trabajos ornamentales y funcionales en madera, vidrio, metal o textil. Este campo incluye mobiliario, diseño de interiores y la arquitectura.
  • Les arts decoratives es defineixen tradicionalment com ornamental i funcional de les obres en ceràmica, fusta, vidre, metall, tèxtil.El camp inclou la ceràmica, mobiliari, accessoris, disseny d'interiors i arquitectura. Les arts decoratives es classifiquen sovint en oposició a les belles arts, és a dir, pintura, dibuix, fotografia i escultura a gran escala.
  • Декоративното изкуство е дял на пластичните изкуства, представляващ всяко приложно изкуство с оформителски функции в ансамблово пространство (интериор, екстериор). Като понятие включва: декоративна живопис и скулптура, мозайка, стъклопис, резба върху различни материали, кован метал, декоративни тъкани, сценография, ландшафтна украса, площадна и улична украса, флористика и др.За разлика от приложното изкуство произведенията на декоративното изкуство нямат непосредствено утилитарно значение.
  • Dekorativní umění je umění, které je určeno především k dekoraci, neboli výzdobě a spojuje v sobě ornament a funkčnost. Dekorativní umění pracuje s rozličnými materiály jako jsou keramika, dřevo, sklo, kov, textil, štuk nebo kámen, obzvláště drahokam. Uplatňuje se od architektury interiérů (např. tapety) přes nábytek až po předměty denní potřeby.
  • Decoratieve kunst is een traditionele benaming voor een aantal soorten kunst en handwerken waarbij decoratieve en functionele werken worden gemaakt van een groot scala aan materialen, waaronder keramiek, hout, glas, metaal, textiel en vele andere. Onder decoratieve kunst vallen keramiek, glaskunst, meubilair en ander huisraad en binnenhuisarchitectuur, maar architectuur meestal niet.
  • The decorative arts is traditionally a term for the design and manufacture of functional objects. It includes interior design, but not usually architecture.
  • Artes decorativas é um termo utilizado para descrever trabalhos ornamentais ou funcionais e diferenciá-los das artes plásticas. Atualmente, esse é um termo antiquado para descrever áreas ligadas ao design.
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