an advocate of neoclassicism
relating to or advocating neoclassicism
- Johnson was the last great neoclassicist enlightener in the late eighteenth century.
- The neoclassicist influence has been particularly strong in the United States with such composers as Samuel Barber and Walter Piston.
- For instance, at different times during his career, Igor Stravinsky may be considered a romantic, modernist, neoclassicist, and a serialist.
- Stravinsky, who studied as a young man with Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov, became a modernist, then a neoclassicist, and ultimately became a serialist upon Schoenberg's death.
- On the basis of criticizing the neoclassicist theory,stakeholder theory emphasizes that the ownership of firm should be shared by stakeholders, not only by shareholders.
- Johnson was the last great neoclassicist enlightener in the later eighteenth century. He was very much concerned with the theme of the vanity of human wishes.