He remains an aesthete , but his appreciation of culture is now spiritually empty.
Her attitude is now certainly sadder, her descriptions more concrete, her approach less that of the aesthete .
Charles's father, however, preferred business and sports and regretted that his son had turned out an aesthete and a poet.
The contempt of a fastidious aesthete would not defeat them: far sterner measures were necessary.
He was a cultured aesthete who loved music, architecture, and philosophy, even corresponding at length with Voltaire.
The most important point to make is that the aesthete and intellectual showed not the least reservation with flagrant melodrama.
His pose was that of the dandy and the aesthete , emphatically not that of the angry young man.
And this is the condition of the decadent, of the aesthete , of the free-lover.
If opera is an elitist, outmoded art form for high-brow aesthetes , then no one's told these kids.
Travelling aesthetes are too engaged with life to be bored.