Mademoiselle Noemie glanced at the glowing splendor of the Venetian masterpiece
and gave a little toss of her head.
Here, too, at an earlier period, he had studied the wonders of the human frame, and attempted to fathom the very process by which Nature assimilates all her precious influences from earth and air, and from the spiritual world, to create and foster man, her masterpiece
She soon after left the studio, bearing with her, in her memory, the image of a man's head, as beauteous as that of the Endymion, a masterpiece
of Girodet's which she had lately copied.
He looked at the workmanship; there was not one false stitch in the whole job; all was so neat and true, that it was quite a masterpiece
He came curveting in here with his chest out and started to slate my masterpiece
, so I naturally said, "What-ho
If they would only show you a masterpiece
of art, or a venerable tomb, or a prison-house, or a battle-field, hallowed by touching memories or historical reminiscences, or grand traditions, and then step aside and hold still for ten minutes and let you think, it would not be so bad.
is best where no hands but nature's have been laid on it.
Imagine my surprise when he said it was a masterpiece
, and offered me thirty thousand francs.
The little open-work rose window, pierced above the portal, was, in particular, a masterpiece
of lightness and grace; one would have pronounced it a star of lace.
Philip began to read Murger's fascinating, ill-written, absurd masterpiece
, and fell at once under its spell.
I'm not going to have my masterpiece
thrown away on Freddy.
It was a masterpiece
of villainy, and he carried it out like a master.