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|365 Ways to be Richer, Happier, Thinner, Smarter, Younger, Sexier, and More |
Relaxed - Each and Every Day Rebecca Swanner. “That which, perhaps, hears
more nonsense than anything in the world is a picture in a museum.” —Edmond
Carol A. Dingle - 2000 - 192 pages
|The reason for the sadness of this modern age and the men who live in it is that it |
looks for the truth in everything and finds it. That which, perhaps, hears more
nonsense than anything in the world, is a picture in a museum. The newspaper is
|Secrets of Living the Good Life--For Less! Ashley Wren Collins. MUseUMs: gET |
YOur ArT ON “That which, perhaps, hears more nonsense than anything in the
world, is a picture in a museum.” —edMond de GonCoURt Are you sitting down?
|Photographs look better and attract more attention when framed by a mat. ... |
Tapio Wirkkala Nelly Rudin Community Resources: Visual Merchandising
Specialist, Graphic Designers, Museum Quotes to Inspire: ... —Pablo Picasso “
That which, perhaps, hears more nonsense than anything in the world, is a
picture in a muse.
|——MARIO PUZO That which, perhaps, hears more nonsense than anything in |
the world is a picture in a museum. ——EDMOND 8r IULES DE GONCOURT The
Louvre is a morgue; you go there to iden tifi' your friends. —lEAN COCTEAU In ...
|Goncourt, Edmond and Jules De That which, perhaps, hears more nonsense |
than anything in the world, is a picture in a museum. - Goncourt, Edmond and
Jules De Any man who does not see everything in terms of self, that is to say who
|I tell you, you must take an Englishman up to a picture, and tell him it is good, |
before he can see its merits," said Etty once to Mrs. ... and England combined to
find three men between them to whom Shakspeare's nonsense would really be
nonsense. ... every one by declaring that he had found a poem which was more
Shakspearean than anything out of Shakspeare. ... Among these was Mr.
Swinburne, then at Oxford, who was even then more learned in Elizabethan
poetry than most of ...
James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice - 1885
|The more complex drawings of the modern artists, embodying as they do tones, |
chiaroscuro, and light and shade, must needs be ... and, as the warning of a
veteran, is worthy of respectful attention : — " The bit of ' engraving ' I give here is
perhaps an extreme, but it is ... They made admirable sketches in colour, and
thought them as good as finished pictures. ... and what more could bo desired /
The world cares for sketches by the elder Titian ; why should not the sketches of
the younger ...
|Perhaps, as interests which people insist on imparting to each other are never of |
much worth, it would be better to ask, Do ... Miss Dodds is more instructive when
she treats of early writing materials, and she is quite aware that all the world was
the writing ... It is not lack of material that will prevent people from recording
anything they want to remember. In the British Museum there are numbers of
Egyptian receipts for money paid and invoices scrawled neatly on pieces of
|But the Goncourt brothers’ masterpiece was their journal, which is both the chronicle of an era and the book of a lifetime.|