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  • Perhaps the show's cynosure, "Blonde Natalia in Studio Arrangement" revels in the risqué, if also knowingly retardataire, associations of studio practice.

    ArtScene: Top Exhibitions in the West Highlight Opening Weeks of the New Season

  • Perhaps the show's cynosure, "Blonde Natalia in Studio Arrangement" revels in the risqué, if also knowingly retardataire, associations of studio practice.

    ArtScene: Top Exhibitions in the West Highlight Opening Weeks of the New Season

  • It's Moore at his most persuasive, so one feels somewhat forgiving of his retardataire approach to abstraction perhaps better described as simplification of form.

    An Intimate Moore

  • As a stand-alone addition, this intervention frees the architects from Lincoln Center's retardataire style.

    Lincoln Center Rejoins the City

  • This artist's post-war lapse into a retardataire decorative style, as exemplified by the Montegufoni frescoes, explains why the Museum of Modern Art owns only one painting by him, and it is of 1912.

    The Pettifogging Pit

  • By this point Gentleman's portfolio no longer looked retardataire; while he still graved away at his boxwood, he was equally fired up by Swiss design innovation (the eponymous Helvetica font, launched in 1957; the radical unjustified look of the typographer Karl Gerstner).

    The Guardian World News

  • She obviously was penalized for more than just the fall on her opening jump but it is impossible to know from afar because the International Skating Union, retardataire as always, does not post details of the judges scores on the Internet until the entire event is over.

    chicagotribune.com - Sports

  • r me's wide appeal to the pre-Modernist generation, and even to those who couldn't cope with the intellectual and visual rigors demanded by Modernist art, which was beginning to flourish while these ostensibly retardataire works were executed.

    A Pariah Gets His Day

  • _retardataire_ or man born out of his own time -- who should have been born in 1460, in the days of Albrecht Dürer.

    A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century

  • Le dernier livre que j’ai reçu un retardataire du gros pack de Noël que m’a offert mon père est Just a Geek de Wil Wheaton.

    Meme littéraire — Climb to the Stars

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  • Behind the times (used mainly about artistic styles).

    January 9, 2018