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In all naturalistic art this microstructure, which influences the character of the painting as a work of art, is something specifi - cally unnaturalistic.
NATURALISM IN ART FRITZ NOVOTNY 1968
But however abstract and unnaturalistic the manner adopted, if it has been truly felt by the artist as the right means of expressing his emotional idea, it will have life and should not be called conventional in the commonly accepted offensive use of the term.
The Practice and Science of Drawing Harold Speed
Inevitably, I go overboard, and the photos are overprocessed and unnaturalistic.
Ask MetaFilter 2009
DiS: I mean, following on from you not wanting to be an actor, that video and all your press shots have you adopt this blank, profoundly unnaturalistic expression; is the abiding logic behind that some sort of 'St Vincent' persona, as opposed to Annie Clark?