“If they didn't understand why anyone would pay what they did for Uncle Sebastian's "daubs," they recognized the skill and admired his repainted sign for the village pub, which was, almost inevitably, called "The Red Lion.”
“One's prior expectations to the contrary, only a few of the paintings assembled at Gagosian are outright failures, and only a small handful can be termed daubs ” alas the only word befitting a pair of weak profiles entitled Le peintre au XVIIÃ¨me siÃ¨cle and Peintre au visage vert, both of 1967.”
“Artists are spreading "daubs" on canvas who should be whitewashing board fences.”
“I love it, and papa has money enough to let me paint 'daubs' as long as I like.”
“Too heavily concealed behind daubs of prose and a facade of "psychological realism"?”
“How can daubs of color smeared on a square of canvas three centuries ago lift our spirits?”
“Across wordless matte pages for children ages 2-5, Mr. Raschka uses daubs and wiggles of watercolor, gouache and ink to show a small gray dog's rapturous relationship with a red rubber ball.”
“To an extent, loose daubs of paint replace or echo some of the encrusted jewels, but that's about it -- and I still like them.”
“Like notes dancing across sheets of music, the black daubs of paint play across the background striations of paint.”
“The daubs of wine dried and crystallized on the paper configured to look like past conversations, a rowdy argument, a misunderstood glance.”
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