Benjamin (Robert). 1786–1846, British historical painter and art critic, best known for his Autobiography and Journals (1853)
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How to use Haydon in a sentence
Moral equivalence and malaise, rather than red-hot ideology, motivates Haydon.Iran’s Top Spy Is the Modern-Day Karla, John Le Carré’s Villainous Mastermind | Michael Weiss | July 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Oldman: They are sort of polar opposites, Haydon and Smiley.
In a later scene when Smiley interrogates Haydon, they never break through the barrier of politeness.
Haydon is doing much the same thing but in a more extrovert way.
This is especially the case in what are known as the Reed and Haydon properties which extend over about 200 acres.Asbestos | Robert H. Jones
And Haydon opined that “Reynolds sought by tricks to obtain results which the old masters attained by the simplest means.”The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4) | Richard Muther
With Haydon and Hazlitt, Bewick was on terms of personal friendship, and of both he presents lengthened and interesting sketches.
While, of course, fully conscious of Haydon's faults, he was bravely faithful to him.
Haydon took no fees from his pupils, but repaid himself in a characteristic way.