Examples from the Web for neo-classical
So I choreographed a duet for two women in the neo-classical style, and sent it to competitions for feedback.From Iraq To Lincoln Center, A Marine’s Return to Ballet|Roman Baca|August 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And instead of the classic striped charcoal trousers, a neo-classical striped charcoal skirt.
Boileau carries the neo-classical ideal of nature and art to its ultimate perfection.A History of Literary Criticism in the Renaissance|Joel Elias Spingarn
The artists of the neo-classical school, with their pompous but severe forms, paid more attention to line than to color.The Standard Galleries - Holland|Esther Singleton
Word Origin and History for neo-classical
also neoclassical, style of art, architecture, etc., influenced by classical patterns, 1859, especially in reference to 18th century English literature; from neo- + classical. Related: Neo-classicism/neoclassicism.