Studied carelessness, especially as a characteristic quality or style of art or literature: Rubens' famous sprezzatura it takes enviable sprezzatura and self-confidence to perform as a teacher of literature
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- In other words, either artist could have - and, indeed, must have - painted these passages of sprezzatura for the altarpiece to be legible from a distance.
- If such reading is sometimes put to the service of sprezzatura, let us hope that room remains for it in the enterprise of literary studies.
- Instead there is a peculiarly Irish sprezzatura.
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