All around were unideal surroundings, and the people came and went.
Tuckerman speaks of this portrait as inelegant and unflattering, and characterizes the artist as unideal, but conscientious.
The unideal attitude of her father and mother toward one another was one of her great sorrows.
But my own observation assures me that, on the whole, these unideal motives played a very small part.
Their obstreperous loyalty might seem inconsistent with this unideal character, but it is only seeming.
I do not think such pictures as abound in Rome could have been painted where the women were common-place and unideal.
Any work of art which represents or realizes a material object, is, in the primary sense of the term, unideal.
ideal i·de·al (ī-dē'əl, ī-dēl')
A conception of something in its absolute perfection.
One that is regarded as a standard or model of perfection or excellence.