Definition of non-naturalistic in English:

non-naturalistic

Line breaks: non-natural¦is¦tic

adjective

Not closely imitating or based on real life or nature: painting using non-naturalistic colours a non-naturalistic way of performing
More example sentences
  • His is a distinctive, non-naturalistic style often with an expressive or dramatic quality: the palette is restricted and strong red and blue dominate - perspective is distorted and figures or gestures can be exaggerated for emotional effect.
  • It is not a freeze frame: rather, the actors stand motionless, a jarringly non-naturalistic effect that presents the image as a symbolic summation of the poor's condition.
  • I like semi or non-naturalistic staging.

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