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A small palace, also rococo, peeped out behind a clump of bushy oaks.
DREAM TALES AND PROSE POEMSIVAN TURGENEV
Finally, in the eighteenth century, comes rococo, with its rustling frou-frou and its delicate charm.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
Amongst the elders of the actual rococo age, contentment and gaiety still rule.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
Shall I buy you Mademoiselle de Maupin, so that all her rococo soul may dance with gilded limbs across your vision?
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
Thus Diderot upheld the sentimental and emotional subject against the ftes galantes of the rococo painter.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
Yes, after the stimulating champagne of rococo, people had even come to delight in simple black bread.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
The figures are painted with a strength and bloom which are still quite worthy of the rococo.
THE HISTORY OF MODERN PAINTING, VOLUME 1 (OF 4)RICHARD MUTHER
You know the way he had when a thing pleased him, especially a thing that had some relish of the quaint or rococo.
QUESTIONABLE SHAPESWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
No local school of Italian rococo ever produced more extravagant absurdities.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 15, SLICE 4VARIOUS
In winter breakfast was eaten by the light of a rococo metal lamp set in the centre of the table.
THE DWELLING PLACE OF LIGHT, COMPLETEWINSTON CHURCHILL

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