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Re: Cz>Eng: soliter (art and design)

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  • Gerald Turner
    Well done, Melvyn, Hanka and Jamie!! In spite of the inexcusable lack of context, you ve jointly hit the nail truly on the head. Stand-alone artwork it will
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      Well done, Melvyn, Hanka and Jamie!! In spite of the inexcusable lack
      of context, you've jointly hit the nail truly on the head.
      "Stand-alone artwork" it will be, or "solitaire sculpture" for variety.

      Many thanks to you and the other members who contributed.

      Gerry


      --- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, James Kirchner <jpklists@s...> wrote:
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      > On Saturday, September 3, 2005, at 06:46 PM, melvyn.geo wrote:
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      > > Hanka tells me that 'soliter' can be a work of art (e.g. a sculpture)
      > > that stands alone, not as part of a set or a collection. Possibly
      > > "solitaire" too (?):
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      > In the anglophone art world, this is called a "stand-alone artwork"
      > (variously punctuated), not to be confused with a freestanding artwork.'
      >
      > Jamie
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