Hannah Mary Rothschild Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by Hannah Mary Rothschild

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Hannah Mary Rothschild Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: Food, she decided, was like performance rather than fine art: its power was in its transience and immediacy. Food, she decided, was like performance rather than fine art: its power was in its transience and immediacy.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: ...love is as much an art as painting or living; it requires practice, finesse, determination, humility, energy and delicacy. ...love is as much an art as painting or living; it requires practice, finesse, determination, humility, energy and delicacy.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: ...ignorance is a curse lying in wait for the younger generation, for those who forgot to ask. ...ignorance is a curse lying in wait for the younger generation, for those who forgot to ask.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: Nothing drives men crazier than the inability to possess. Nothing drives men crazier than the inability to possess.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: Eating was an essential, sensual and communal activity requiring nothing more than taste buds and an open mind. Eating was an essential, sensual and communal activity requiring nothing more than taste buds and an open mind.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: Art only survives by striking a chord in someone's heart and offering solace and reassurance. Art only survives by striking a chord in someone's heart and offering solace and reassurance.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: As we all know, a fierce female mind is a passion-killer. Men prefer the breast to the brain. As we all know, a fierce female mind is a passion-killer. Men prefer the breast to the brain.
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: ...the value of a work of art is set by desire: who wants to own it and how badly ...the value of a work of art is set by desire: who wants to own it and how badly
Hannah Mary Rothschild quotes: There is nothing so desirable as the unobtainable. There is nothing so desirable as the unobtainable.