Posts tagged sculpture
Not everyone in the museum was delighted with their new quarters.
(The gumshoe is on hiatus. This case note was first taken on 2 August 2012.)
I’d finally found the hidden sanctum of the Potsherd Club, the archaeological elite of Cambridge. These were hard men and women. Hard men and women with tiny trowels and brushes.
(The gumshoe is on hiatus. This casenote was first taken on 27 June 2012.)
Fortunately, failures in the Yuggoth Containment Field at the Department of Paranormal Studies normally manifested as modern sculpture.
(The gumshoe is on hiatus. This casenote was first taken on 22 May 2012.)
Colleagues felt the sculpture captured the bursar’s face perfectly, both of them.
(The gumshoe is on hiatus. This casenote was first taken on 18 May 2012.)
The sculpture was, I reflected, like the librarians within: tall, made of iron and quite tough enough to take out a careless cyclist.
(The gumshoe is on hiatus. This casenote was first taken on 18 April 2012.)
In Cambridge, most polite notices are backed with lethal force.
Cambridge: a town where even saints and scientists are regularly found behind bars …
In the still, cool light of dawn the brick and concrete back blocks of Cambridge are not without a certain sinister charm.
Lady Justice had, it seemed, a fairly casual attitude to affairs in Cambridge.
The sculptures of recent Masters captured perfectly the College’s spirit of innovation.
“Smacking the horse” has a rather different meaning in Cambridge.