Early critics called it 'a strange, inartistic story' with 'purposeless power.'
Early critics called it "a strange, inartistic story" with "purposeless power."
Hog and hominy are not only inartistic to my stomach, but they give indigestion to my moral sentiments.
While the work was inartistic, it was easy to make out the letters "F. M."
The bare white walls, with here and there a crack which had carved a not inartistic line up the sides.
The English are inartistic for the same reason that they are unsociable.
He did not know what to answer, he was unable to admire, he thought her inartistic.
But Lady Meadowcroft herself seized the occasion with inartistic avidity.
The melodrama can hardly be played without it, unless a most inartistic use of printed words is made.
In fact, for him to die elsewhere would be inartistic and insincere.