Examples from the Web for artistical
How completely this was an artistical, not a national idea, it is unnecessary to prove.The Seven Lamps of Architecture|John Ruskin
As regards description, that given by Mr Ford is exactly what is needed to accompany an artistical work.
For myself, I generally prefer the colour given by ammoniac salt; it is artistical and sufficient for any purpose.
They seem to us, to borrow an artistical expression, as if they were in a capital state for ‘glazing and toning up.’
This was the practical meaning of the artistical questioning of his day, to which Turner very resolvedly made no answer.Modern Painters, Volume V (of 5)|John Ruskin
British Dictionary definitions for artistical
Word Origin and History for artistical
1753, from French artistique, from artiste (see artist). Native artist-like was recorded from 1711; artistly from 1754; artistical from 1801. Related: Artistically.