According to Iskin, recognizing that there are "several points of spectatorial identification in [Manet's] painting: the male customer in the mirror, the woman looking through the opera glass
, and the crowd looking at the spectacle" accounts for the widely discussed spatial "incoherence" attributed to Manet's painting, seen through the disjunction between the mirror and its reflection.
is the seventh foal out of sprint winner Optaria, whose other winning produce are Sight 'N Sound (Chief Singer) and Highland Shot (Selkirk).
Among his widely read nonfiction are Astronomy with an Opera Glass
(1888); Other Worlds: Their Nature, Possibilities, and Habitability in the Light of the Latest Discoveries (1901); Astronomy with the Naked Eye (1908); and Curiosities of the Sky (1909).
A fascinating development of the opera glass
in France was known as the lorgnette de jalousie.
The Kingsclere-based handler made it three winners from as many runners at the East Yorkshire course when he completed a double there yesterday with Dubaian Duel and Opera Glass
Winning jockey Kevin Darley was also on board 8-13 favourite Opera Glass
, who made it three wins from three runners at Beverley for the trainer by lifting the mile maiden.
And she showed she has plenty of ability herself when hacking up from Opera Glass
in a Windsor maiden last month, taking it up three out and quickening clear in style.
Trainer Andrew Balding sends Opera Glass
to Windsor to contest the OKI Colour Printer Challenge Fillies'Rated Stakes.