Instead he describes the milieu in which the works were created and received.
The impulse to seek out a little Bo Bice grit in the mainstream-pop Idol milieu is a strong one.
She deems her work “craft with modern techniques” and has been welcomed into the milieu despite an unconventional approach.
For the tight-knit group of photographers who work in their milieu, the news is a shock.
That was the milieu he came from: the paid-by-the-word grind of the hack writer.
There are certain feminine blooms which a milieu like this effaces with deadly rapidity.
Impressionism is Realism widened by the study of the milieu.
The question with me is whether such a milieu and such a suggested ancestry could produce such types as Grizel and Tommy.
"She's to a marvellous degree the right product of her milieu," said John.
The changes of the milieu lead to changes in the form of the hairs, rendering them even branched.
milieu mi·lieu (mĭl-yu', mēl-yɶ')
n. pl. mi·lieus or mi·lieux (-lyɶ')
The totality of one's surroundings; an environment.
The social setting of a mental patient.