With a hundred fat rich men working overtime to start another war or another six wars for the sake of their personal profit, it is very hard for me to write of Gaudier
with the lavender tones of dispassionate reminiscence.
Swarovski crystals may sound like a means of powering transport in Star Trek but the lead glass crystals are every gadget-maker's dream when they want to make something glamorous - if your definition of glamour is gaudier
than Girls Aloud dressed in tinfoil.
I felt privileged to work with him and Eva Neurath on several books, including one on the English sculptor Gaudier
, USN, (Gold Star in lieu of Second Award), Fuels Division Quality Assurance Supervisor, Regional Supply Office Oceana, Va., May 2003 to February 2006.
's death in World War I, Pound reprinted both of these 1915 essays in key positions in his 1916 volume, Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir, the text upon which this essay focuses.
Diz walked back to the rack, pulled out a gaudier
redcolored stick and took his place at the plate.
"At the high end, the bigger, the gaudier
, the uglier, the better.
The Innovations catalogue is a funny little publication, full of those quirky, out-of-theordinary items which few people would admit to having bought - a bit like its larger and gaudier
top shelf comrades.
Jonathan Trowell's small Study of a Jockey captures the breed perfectly, but has to compete with a neighbouring pair of gaudier
abstracts by Chris Bruce, Two from Home and From a Long Way Back, both appealing given the right colour wallpaper.
Of the available recordings, the 1992 re lease on Hyperion of the Gaudier
Ensemble (CDA 66513) offers the best ensemble playing.
While the gaudier
aspects of the tourism industry seem to have overpowered the traditions of Shaolin Temple, the bona fides of its modern-day monks are also suspect.
LOYD GROSSMAN TV presenter and English Heritage commissioner Loyd Grossman's favourite Walker exhibit is the bust of Alfred Wolmark, by Henri Gaudier
One night I went to Carnegie Hall Cinema to see 'Savage Messiah,' a Ken Russell movie about the stone sculptor Henri Gaudier
As Bogey noted, "The cheaper the crook, the gaudier
the patter." Though much of the lingo in Heist is a God-given gaudy gift, too much of it is labored, not up to the Mamet standard.
Replacing Camus's elegant stylization with a gaudier
mise-en-scene, Diegues's movie is slightly silly in places.