In the seventeenth chapter it is shown that one type of the Intimate might be classed as imagist.
The imagist fights for "free verse" as for the principle of liberty.
Who will endow the local photoplay and the imagist photoplay?
The imagist does not believe in ornament, and this glimpse of character might be uttered in one sentence.
Their impressionist, imagist, futurist theories make them too self-conscious.
I should call this an imagist painting, made before there were such people as imagist poets.
To these followers I would say: the imagist impulse need not be confined to verse.
There is no clan to-day more purely devoted to art for art's sake than the imagist clan.