Sutherland had unwittingly purchased the paintings from a forger in California on eBay.
In the chapter entitled “New Lands: America and the American Voice” Sutherland tries to compress 400 years into his six pages.
Sutherland—who began dealing art four years ago—met his downfall after making just one bad decision.
At certain junctures we are tempted to take Sutherland to task for spreading himself too thin.
In the end, Sutherland observes that ours is a particularly rich period for readers of the novel.
I know how it has acted on myself, who ought to have more prudence than Mr. Sutherland, if years are anything.
Sutherland in his continuation of Popes note confuses the two charges.
There was one great alleviation to the various discomforts of Sutherland's tutor-life.
Superintendent Sutherland entered first, then the constable, and Carrington last.
One party of young men, going to Sutherland, stopped us to ask about the roads west and where to cross the river.
Sutherland Suth·er·land (sŭð'ər-lənd), Earl Wilbur, Jr. 1915-1974.
American physiologist. He won a 1971 Nobel Prize for showing that cyclic AMP within the cell is the agent that moderates the action of hormones.