neoclassic definition

  • adjective:
    • neoclassical
    • owned by, or designating, the present day revival or adaptation of traditional, esp. Greco-Roman, design, flavor and method of work with architecture, arts, literature, etc.
    • characteristic of a revival of an earlier ancient style
  • others:
    • Noting any phase of modern civilization which is predicated on maxims or techniques created during the period of Greek and Roman antiquity. It's particularly applicable to resemblances between contemporary and old art. See neo-Greek.

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