The years of apprenticeship are over, and the master-workman brings forth his finished work in its flower of perfection.
He knew himself to be in the scheme of a master-workman, and by-and-by he would blunt the chisel and bend the saw; but not yet.
He was more of a man when he was at least a master-workman and not merely a master.
The pen and ink on his table were to remain, like brushes on the palette, with none to finish as the master-workman had planned.
And then, for the first time, having acquired an insight into the art, was he able to appreciate the skill of the master-workman.
The famous knight took the spear when it was brought to him as a master-workman takes a tool.
He may toil in the same service, but not in the same rank, as the master-workman.
Judgment is indeed the master-workman in a play; but he requires many subordinate hands, many tools to his assistance.
He now hoped that his new apprentice, with the hand of a master-workman, would go clip, clip through madame's inquisitiveness.
Together these two powers qualify you for the master-workman.