chef-d'oeuvre


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masterpiece

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an outstanding and ingenious work

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the most outstanding work of a creative artist or craftsman

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As an exercise in appropriation, Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu brings to mind works from throughout Hamilton's career, from those Pop pieces that took the immediacy of advertising imagery and copy as their inspiration, to the direct use of media images, such as the press photograph of Mick Jagger and Robert Fraser deployed for Swingeing London 67 (f), 1968-69, and the image of Tony Blair redesignated as a cowboy for Shock and Awe, 2007-2008.
Chester, Chester le retour et Le chef-d'oeuvre de Chester presentent les malices d'un gros chat en manque de gloire et qui, imbu de luimeme, vole la vedette a l'auteure, en maniant un feutre rouge avec lequel il barbouille et transforme les histoires qui n'ont pas le temps d'etre ecrites.
The first story in the book, " Isadora and Habbi" is an unusual chef-d'oeuvre.
The chef-d'oeuvre in this show is unquestionably No Quarter, whose viscerally haunted scene--a direct reference to the hazy, liminal zones of early photography--is heightened by its somewhat sinister title.
What is generally taken as his chef-d'oeuvre in prose fiction, the novel Graves without Crosses (Ristideta hauad, 1952) has appeared in English (1972) and a number of other languages.
Among the other questions considered in this volume are the identity of Catherine Lescault, the beautiful subject of Frenhofer's painting in Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu, and the role of architectural description in La Maison du chat-qui-pelote.
A mon avis, ce manteau impermeable est le plus grand chef-d'oeuvre de l'histoire des objets.
More important, the teachings of the New Discourse are, with a few telling exceptions, indistinguishable from those of a work that has with good reason been called Conring's chef-d'oeuvre on the constitution of Germany: none other than the very De Germanorum imperio Romano ostensibly written in order to supersede the shoddy scholarship of the New Discourse.
But he regarded his chef-d'oeuvre to be the unjustly disregarded Triage.
This essay examines the issue of artistic proof in the context of Balzac's Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu (The Unknown Masterpiece), a story which is at once a metatextual example of the aesthetic debate it posits.
Ce chef-d'oeuvre marque le debut d'un design convertible dans la serie a succes ZenBook, qui rassemble des ordinateurs ultraportables primes pour leur design et leur elegance.
Et de noter que le Moussem de Tan-Tan, organise a l'initiative de la Fondation Almouggar et qui a ete proclame chef-d'oeuvre du patrimoine oral et immateriel de l'humanite par l'UNESCO en 2005, se tient cette annee sous le theme [beaucoup moins que]Le Moussem de Tan-Tan, patrimoine immateriel de l'Humanite, garant de la cohesion sociale et vecteur de developpement[beaucoup plus grand que].
Dans le meme sens, MmeLabidi a soutenu que son departement [beaucoup moins que]accorde une importance particuliere[beaucoup plus grand que] aux theatres de verdure des wilayas du Sud, entre autres, celui d'Ouargla, [beaucoup moins que]un veritable chef-d'oeuvre realise selon les normes[beaucoup plus grand que].