American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Bemelmans, Ludwig 1898-1962. Austrian-born American illustrator and writer of children's books, such as Madeleine (1939), and adult fiction, including Hotel Splendide (1940), which was based on his experiences in the hotel and restaurant business.
“Bear in mind that at swanky places such as Bemelmans or the King Cole Bar you will feel more comfortable if you are dressed up a little.”
“It's really cool to be near Bemelmans in the Carlyle and the Mark.”
“Ludwig Bemelmans: Madeline, Reissue of 1939 edition”
“Kate Spade needs 300 words to praise Bemelmans Bar sufficiently.”
“And while the detailed pictures by de Brunhoff and Bemelmans comfortably walk the line between fine art and illustration, Rey's are less ambitious images — simple and light on background.”
“Over at Bemelmans, an elegant old string bean in a tailored blue blazer was huddling with Mr. Harris, speaking in hushed tones.”
“I love the holiday atmosphere -- especially at the Carlyle on Madison Avenue, where carolers perform holiday singalongs and the hotel's Bemelmans Bar, named for the murals the author and illustrator Ludwig Bemelmans painted there, holds a Madeline's holiday tea on December Saturdays in honor of his famous creation.”
“Was there any better place than Bemelmans to sit and think and feel disgustingly sorry for yourself?”
“At 76th Street, Jane crossed Madison Avenue, then walked through the side entrance of the Carlyle Hotel, and into Bemelmans Bar.”
“The image was mostly a blur of people and also reflected the colorful Bemelmans murals over the bar.”
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