The boy was a youth of promise, and had been a pupil of Flaxman.
And indeed Flaxman's footing with the beauty was by no means clear—least of all to himself.
I turned around eagerly, "Was she a real Christian, Mrs. Flaxman?"
Mr. Flaxman and Mr. Denman prepared, note-book in hand, to watch the experiment.
And in this latter connection I loved indescribably one of Flaxman's best designs.
I have never encouraged Mr. Flaxman to think I was going to marry him.'
The monument to Nelson, inconveniently placed at the opening of the choir, is by one of our greatest sculptors—Flaxman.
But of course Mr. Flaxman will consider she has done badly for herself.
And I,” said Flaxman, drawing up his little figure to its full height, “I would be a great artist.
Nothing more was said of Rose, but Flaxman knew that she would be asked, and let it alone.