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- n. a critic of paintings
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The art critic of "The Times", Mr. Humphry Ward, had come to see an exhibition of Whistler's pictures.
No doubt some art critic would find it primally raw and pulsing with vibrant youthful hostility, but to my unschooled eye it was just as David Krohnglass had guessed: of the emperor’s clothing genre.
The art critic of The Times, Mr. Humphry Ward, had come to see an exhibition of Whistler's pictures.
One New York art critic called their quilts “the most miraculous works of modern art America has produced.”
This may seem strange, even ludicrous, but art critic Suzi Gablik has written a book calling for the “reenchantment” of art, arguing that art today has lost its soul, its magical potency.
Mr. Silsbee was an amateur art critic and connoisseur, who often made himself serviceable to American travellers in the way of a gentleman-cicerone.