patronage

(redirected from Patrons of the arts)
Also found in: Dictionary, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for patronage

Synonyms for patronage

aid or support given by a patron

the commercial transactions of customers with a supplier

customers or patrons collectively

Synonyms

the political appointments or jobs that are at the disposal of those in power

Synonyms

Synonyms for patronage

the act of providing approval and support

customers collectively

Related Words

a communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient

(politics) granting favors or giving contracts or making appointments to office in return for political support

the business given to a commercial establishment by its customers

Synonyms

Related Words

support by being a patron of

Related Words

be a regular customer or client of

References in periodicals archive ?
The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) was today awarded the inaugural Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Patrons of the Arts Award in recognition of its support of the arts.
The Awards are being conferred in four categories: 'Distinguished Patrons of the Arts,' 'Patrons of the Arts,' 'Supporters of the Arts,' and 'Friends of the Arts'.
Who: Leaders from business, politics, religion and the arts, plus patrons of the arts
The honours were presented in four categories: Distinguished Patrons of the Arts, Patrons of the Arts, Supporters of the Arts, and Friends of the Arts.
The Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum Patrons of the Arts Awards include four categories: Distinguished Patrons of the Arts, Patrons of the Arts, Supporters of the Arts, and Friends of the Arts.
The project includes a local inventory of nonprofits arts organizations and an "audience experience" survey of local patrons of the arts that will take place in Rochester over the summer and fall.
Urban and his family--notably his nephews Francesco, Taddeo and Antonio Barberini--were patrons of the arts on a grand and often financially crippling scale.
Project Signatures - Patrons of the Arts Awards 2011
A statement released by Bath Festival said of the Duffs: "They were great patrons of the arts who supported our festivals for many years, although their chief involvement was with music."
Any involved in French style and interior design must have French Connection: it surveys distinctive interiors which blend French with other international elements, providing a survey of French designers and patrons of the arts and dual pursuits of glamour and ease in home tastes.
Drawing on the extensive letters and account books in the state archives at Modena, scholar of Renaissance art and architecture Hollingsworth, reconstructs the household life of Ippolito d'Este, one of the leading cardinals of the 16th century, a serious contender for papal election on several occasions, and one of the most important patrons of the arts in Rome.
George III's record as one of the greatest patrons of the arts and sciences has been overshadowed by his image as "the mad king" and the monarch who lost America.
Many patrons of the arts are more than willing to help support the creation of new music, and one or two small gifts can significantly increase the base commission amount.
Elizabeth McKenna's essay on women as patrons of the arts in medieval Ireland provides fascinating insights on a little known subject, though McKenna also suggests that the evidence is only fragmentary.
While it doesn't necessarily require money to appreciate the world of aesthetics, most patrons of the arts possess a certain level of wealth.