Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Artist"

The meaning of "Artist" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does One of my favorite artists among individuality and creativity have always been discouraged because it prevents you from the path of consumer. mean?
A: It pretty much means when an artist (maybe for music,drawing,fashion,etc.) is frowned upon when trying to be unique or daring with their art. This is because it’d be smarter to make something the average everyday person or buyer would like,rather than releasing a new idea only some may understand and enjoy! This helps the artist know they’ll make money and be successful.
Q: What does Some contemporary artists are caught in the requirements of an art market. mean?
A: My take is that it’s trying to say that modern artists have a hard time freely expressing themselves because it would be hard to make money in the art market today. The art market may require a certain type of art that doesn’t match with a contemporary artist’s style and they are caught in it, unable to make a good living
Q: What does ‎Do you have any artists that you like I'm this genre?
I don't underatand 'artists that you like I'm this genre'..😭
Anyone give me easy sentence please? mean?
A: Like:
Which musician do you like in hip hop?

Artist meaning group, band, soloist
Genre can be: rock, rap, country, kpop, and more ^^
Q: What does *The artist fuzes influences from all corners of the globe." mean?
A: The artist uses influences from all over the world and brings them together.
Q: What does as an artist, I second this. Explanation please OP. mean?
A: this makes no sense. sorry.

Example sentences using "Artist"

Q: Please show me example sentences with conman/con artist.
A: thank you!!
Q: Please show me example sentences with artist.
A: I am an artist.
She/He is an Artist.
I would love to be an artist one day.
Artists have their art work displayed.
Artists paint, create and draw.

Synonyms of "Artist" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between what is your favorite non-living artist? and who is your favorite non-living artist? ?
A: We use ‘what’ for things, abstract concepts [추상적 개념] and animals, and ‘who’ for people. Artist=person=who :)

Who is you favorite non-living artist?
What is you favorite music genre?
Q: What is the difference between artist and painter ?
A: A painter is someone who only paints, which means they only use a brush or other painting tools. An artist is many things, they could be a painter, a drawer, a singer, a musician, or many other things that have to do with “the arts”.
Q: What is the difference between artist and artiste ?
A: An "artiste" is a performing (stage, TV, etc.) artist.

It's a somewhat affected (pretentious) word.
Q: What is the difference between He is not well-known as an artist yet, but he will be one day. and He is not well-known an artist yet, but he will be one day. ?
A: Oh! Ok
“not well-known AS AN artist yet” ✔️

“not A well-known artist yet” ✔️

“not well-known an artist” ❌

“not an artist well-known yet” ✔️

Q: What is the difference between artist and artisan ?
A: Artisan is more specific: it means a worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand, for example making glass, or even bread and cheese.
Artist is a much, much broader term.
You could say that an artisan is a type of artist.

Translations of "Artist"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Like all good musical artists, Styles has managed to turn his emotional heartbreak into a fully charged song that'll undoubtedly get you jammin' out like there's no tomorrow.
A: ohhhhh im sorry I didn't understand! It's saying that styles (I'm assuming Harry styles) did what most good artists do, which is turn his sorrow and heartbreak into a really good and catchy song, The "fully charged" means high energy and upbeat, the the "get you jammin like there's no tomorrow" is just an over-emphasis to make it more exclamatory and interesting

Hope this is what you were looking for!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am artist , I would like to draw your portrait , because i need model for my art and you are pretty beautiful and I wanna share my talent with you
A: I am an artist. And, if you wouldn't mind/if you would agree to it, I would like to draw your portrait because I need a model for my art and you are very beautiful and I wanna share my talent with you.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? artist
A: It's "artist".
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Who is this female artists?
A: The song is Love Story by Taylor Swift.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the artist's name "Jean-Michel Basquiat"
A: the artist name is Jean-Michel Basquiat

Other questions about "Artist"

Q: I love my best artist Nura. does this sound natural?
A: I love my favorite artist, Nura.
Q: I've come to an American artist's concert today who I always respect.
And I'm glad I study English. does this sound natural?
A: It is kind of natural but the tenses don't make sense. It should be "I went to an American artist's concert today, whom I've always respected. I am glad I am studying English." :)
Q: What artists do you recommend?
A: I like rock and metal music. I love Cannibal Corpse, AC/DC, Sepultura, Metallica, Green Day and more...
Q: Recently I come to like this artist
does this sound natural?
A: Recently I've come to like this artist
I've recently come to like this artist
Q:
Actually, I didn't know this artist. I want to read one by one. It's a little bit interesting, isn't it? It's like a Tanzaku and Ema. It makes feel like reading Tanzaku or Ema.

is this still strange ??
A: Actually, I didn't know this artist:
"Actually, I didn't know this artist before now" (but I do now)
or
"Actually, I don't know this artist" (and I still don't)

I want to read one by one:
"I want to read them all"
or
"I want to read every one of them"

It's a little bit interesting, isn't it?
"It's interesting isn't it?" (don't say "a little bit", this means that it's not very interesting - 誉め殺し?)
or
"It's quite interesting, isn't it?"

It's like a Tanzaku and Ema: OK

It makes feel like reading Tanzaku or Ema
"It makes me feel like reading a Tanzaku or Ema" (now that I have read this artist, I want to read a Tanzaku or an Ema)
or
"It's like when I read a Tanzaku or Ema" (the artist's writing makes me feel the same way)

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