The verse is calm, like the noble art that shapes the scenes.
Then again in the noble art of politics, who thinks of first principles and of true ideas?
An appeal to arms should only take place when the noble art of diplomacy has failed.
I ask you—not for my own sake, but for that of our noble art.
She won for herself and her noble art the genuine and lasting sympathy of the world at large.
Surgery was once a noble art; it is now, as well, a noble science.
Hence the noble art of self-defence, as it was styled magniloquently, found supporters in every class of society.
Now, Francis Stafford knew but little of the noble art of fencing.
And now for one hour's forgetfulness, and the joys of the noble art.
Your pupil Navarrete has become faithless to you and the noble art of painting.