noun. / fīn ärt /
1). Traditionally, fine art refers to art that is meant to be enjoyed visually or intellectually. The definition has not always included works of “decorative art” or “applied art” but this is changing to include more art by more people engaging with the world in more ways. The definition has also been biased towards so-called “Western art.” This is changing, too, as artists and art historians expand the definition of fine art.