I sympathise with the artistic temperament
; I remember you used sometimes to hint to me that you thought my own temperament too artistic.
I ought to tell you that since we left England he has taken up painting footling little pictures, and has got the artistic temperament badly.
Everything would be fine if he didn't think it necessary to tack on the artistic temperament to his painting.
He honestly mistook his sensuality for romantic emotion, his vacillation for the artistic temperament
, and his idleness for philosophic calm.
Some among them thought it was on account of her false hair, or the dread of getting the violets wet, while others attributed it to the natural aversion for water sometimes believed to accompany the artistic temperament
. Mademoiselle offered Edna some chocolates in a paper bag, which she took from her pocket, by way of showing that she bore no ill feeling.
He is to go to the play to realise an artistic temperament
. He is to go to the play to gain an artistic temperament
But the artistic temperament
that they create, or at any rate reveal, is still more to me.
But the artistic temperament was far from explaining him; there was something else about him that was not definable, but which some even felt to be dangerous.
Horne Fisher's fragmentary hints, though he had refused to expand them as yet, had stirred the artistic temperament of the architect to a sort of wild analysis, and he was resolved to read the hieroglyph upside down and every way until it made sense.
At first we thought it was a fit, and then we saw that it was mirth--the inopportune mirth of the Artistic Temperament
There was an artist who dined at intervals at Bredin's Parisian Cafe, and, as the artistic temperament
was too impatient to be suited by Jeanne's leisurely methods, it had fallen to Paul to wait upon him.
The artistic temperament
of the folk furniture mirrored the Ilocano: robust, prudent, surefooted, but surprisingly expressive, jolly and fun-loving.'