Four Saints, which paired the music of Virgil 'Thomson with a libretto by Stein
, was the first large-scale American Gesamtkunstwerk, in the tradition of Wagner and Diaghilev.
Living modestly from family investments, the Steins
quickly integrated into the intellectual and artistic circles of the Parisian avant-garde and until 1914 amassed a collection of modernism that was both extensive and revolutionary.
Steins-N-More is a store that sells German beer steins
, a variety of mugs and glasses for sports teams.
repped the original buyers in 2002 when it was first offered for sale by the building sponsor.
One of my earliest introductions to the work of Gertrude Stein
came at the age of eight, in the form of the 1934 piece, 'There's an Owl in My Room', in a later book club collection of coruscatingly funny James Thurber articles.
's 1914 Tender Buttons presents everyday objects seen anew.
Garry Shepherd and Steins
both missed early chances before Steins
found his range just after the half hour.
Behind the inscrutable screen Stein
has created an atrium house in the proper Roman sense, in spirit but not in execution akin to the sequestered houses of more southerly latitudes.
Featuring "Bond Street in London" by senior staff artist, Doug Hilburn, each stein
is over seven inches tall, individually numbered in it limited edition of 9950, and is finished with a custom solid pewter lid embossed with the Philip Morris crest.
PHOTO : STEINS
OF DISTINCTION -- The second in a series of commemorative holiday beer steins
, a "Miller Christmas on 3rd Street" will be offered by Miller Brewing Co.
are especially popular gifts during the holiday season, although they are in demand year round," said Ted Brueggemann, managing buyer-promotional products and licensing, Miller Brewing Co.
in Europe: Reconfigurations across Media, Disciplines, and Traditions, edited by Sarah Posman and Laura Luise Schultz.