• In the fine arts, harmony, orderliness, and elegance of proportion.

  • In medicine, regularity of pulse.

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Examples For eurythmy

  • I was an outsider at school, unable to fit in, useless at the eurythmy dance patterns required by Steiner education.


  • Then, lay out the ground lines of the length and breadth of the work proposed, and when once we have determined its size, let the construction follow this with due regard to beauty of proportion, so that the beholder may feel no doubt of the eurythmy of its effect.

    The Ten Books on Architecture

  • He sees the gaiety of Sundays, the flashes of the sun, the oddity of a crowd carried away by the rhythm of the valses, the laughter, the clinking of glasses, the vibrating and hot atmosphere; and he applies to this spectacle of joyous vulgarity his gifts as a sumptuous colourist, the arabesque of the lines, the gracefulness of his bathers, and the happy eurythmy of his soul.

    The French Impressionists (1860-1900)

  • This statue was very much praised for its beauty by ancient writers, who all mention with especial pride the eurythmy of the action of the wrist.

    A History of Art for Beginners and Students Painting, Sculpture, Architecture

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Notes For eurythmy

The word 'eurythmy' comes from Greek roots meaning 'well' and 'symmetry'.

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