British traveler Frances Trollope scoffed in her Domestic Manners of the Americans (1832): "I very seldom, during my whole stay in the country, heard a sentence elegantly turned and correctly pronounced from the tips of an American.
The past drama of the parents' marriage is relayed in comically dreadful flashbacks: the ghastly, manipulative graduate student who entraps the father after his divorce; the nightmare retirement dinner for the acidulous
mother, who uses it as an opportunity to declare her real feelings.
Only a curious choice of wall colours slightly cut into the appreciation of the images, for a rather strong yellow combined with a somewhat acidulous
blue in one room, and the blue employed all over the walls in the other, hardly seemed conducive to evaluating Cotman's profoundly subtle tonalism.
This week prompted an acidulous
response from the West Mercia Rape and Sexual Abuse Support group, angered by a police warning that drunken women are vulnerable to rapists.
With its unique rolling and melting on the palate, the rich and acidulous
taste of the Ganache Serrania is a journey in itself.
Yet in the early years of his mostly self-taught artistic apprenticeship, he certainly mixed drinks from other artists' cabinets: a shot of Miro curdles into a draught of Kandinsky; viscous globules of Dali and Tanguy go down with a chaser of acidulous
This dark chocolate couvature is at once intense and subtle, spicy and fruity, with acidulous
Bands of acidulous
VUTEk ink color stream horizontally and vertically across the canvases (more precisely, mesh mounted on canvas).