roubiliac constantly had recourse to the living forms about him; Flaxman preferred instead to turn to the antique.
There is no necessity for running through a list of roubiliac's works.
Ware was heard to tell this story, while he was sitting to roubiliac for his bust.
Reynolds had painted the picture as a present to his friend, Mr. roubiliac.
It also appears that roubiliac furnished a statue of Milton for the gardens.
So roubiliac was himself incessantly acting and attitudinizing, much after the fashion of his statues.
It is the work of roubiliac, a Frenchman who worked in England in the eighteenth century.
All this was but acting up to the idea Mr. roubiliac had formed of the abstractedness and eccentricity of genius.
His intimate and fellow-sculptor—a painter also—Adrien Charpentier, executed a characteristic portrait of roubiliac.
He was very intimate with roubiliac, who was an opposite eastern neighbour of Old Slaughter's.