Term of the day - chinoiserie

Syllabication:    chi·noi·se·rie

1. A style in art reflecting Chinese influence through use of elaborate decoration and intricate patterns. 
2. An object reflecting Chinese artistic influence.
French, from chinois, Chinese, from Chine, China.

 (SourceThe American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.

2 did criticisms:

Chris Bowers said...

I have been educated. Thank you kind sir. I like your picture of the Napoleon looking guy "We've a Sight"

M. Umer Toor said...

'I have been educated' :-)

Since I occasionally use my intelligence, I accept this criticism and shall try to be more centered on authenticity of my Self. (even if you didn't mean so.)

I like it too!

Humble regards!

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