- Sentimentality or vulgar, frequently pretentious bad flavor, particularly in the arts: "When cash tries to buy beauty it tends to buy a kind of polite kitsch” ( William H. Gass).
- an illustration or types of kitsch.
- Art, ornamental objects alongside kinds of representation of questionable artistic or aesthetic value; a representation which exceedingly emotional, overdone, or vulgar.
- exceedingly garish or emotional art; generally considered in bad taste
- Of, being, or characterized by kitsch: "The kitsch kitchen ... features aqua-and-white gingham curtains and plastic duck-yellow walls painted in a fried-egg motif” ( Suzanne Cassidy).
- Said specially of art and design this is certainly considered of questionable visual worth; exceptionally sentimental, overdone or vulgar.
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