- In the case of Bankside Power Station, the ultimate "temple of power" and a masterpiece of industrial architecture by a major twentieth-century British architect, our historic building system is being perverted for purely political reasons.
- Another spring masterpiece is a baby sole served on the bone so that its glutinous quality matches exactly a beurre blanc made of sherry and Madeira.
- Devey has created a masterpiece of the Victorian Picturesque.
- "It was a masterpiece of harmony," wrote Littman, "which can be attained when men see to it that their handiwork blends with their natural surroundings.
- GOTZ Friedrich's 1977 staging of Der Freischutz, soberly revived at Covent Garden by Wolfgang Bucher, makes a straightforward and unambitious introduction to Weber's melodious nervy masterpiece about the young huntsman who tries to cheat his way to the head ranger's job and daughter with magic bullets.
- It is hardly surprising, in the circumstances, that the heir to the throne and his advisers, including the trustees of his new Institute of Architecture, are currently showing a keen interest in the future of Chambers' masterpiece.
- Everyone dreams of finding a masterpiece in the attic.
- Where the actual film is unfocused, slack and sentimental, the trailer for Uncle Buck is a minor masterpiece.
- Unexpectedly three of the seven items are of Mozart-an early little sonata which he magicks into the status of masterpiece, as well as the late B minor Adagio and Rondo in D. The best-known of Schubert's Moments Musicaux, the little F minor, is given a chirpily personal reading, before he tackles three Liszt pieces, the Fantasy based on Schubert's Serenade as well as the Valses-Caprices nos 6 and 7.
- But, according to the guide book, Notre Dame was regarded by contemporary opinion as a masterpiece of 19th-century gothic architecture.
- This first major work of his (1928) came swiftly to be recognised as a masterpiece here and abroad and secured for Keeton an early Cambridge LLD.
- Either book could be considered the masterpiece of someone whom I think of as among the most gifted authors now at work in England.
- We Christians might want to interpret things differently, yet in his masterpiece, "The Wreck of the Deutschland", the Jesuit nineteenth-century poet, Gerard Manley Hopkins, found himself writing these lines: