Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Exquisite Quotes from famous persons: Poppy Delevingne, Edward Everett Hale, Tom Fitton, George Gershwin, Brad Holland. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Exquisite Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.
In aristocratic societies, rich people used to commission exquisite paintings for their walls.
In Japan, the people preserve their temples for their exquisite beauty, and there are a great many sincere Buddhists; but China is irreligious: a nation of atheists or agnostics, or slaves of impious superstitions. In an extended tramp among temples, I have not seen a single male worshiper or a thing to please the eye.
In the name of Hippocrates, doctors have invented the most exquisite form of torture ever known to man: survival.
Personally, one of the greatest sources of inspiration for my work has been architecture. I’ve had the chance to see so many exquisite structures, whether they are historical monuments or modern commercial premises.
But every company of the future is going to be in the business of exquisite care – which means quick turnaround time and convenience. To deliver exquisite care, you need an organization that coordinates well and listens well.
Gratitude is the most exquisite form of courtesy.
Poetry is the exquisite expression of exquisite expressions.
We have an odd culinary relationship with tinned food. In higher society, rare and supposedly exquisite goods such as tinned baby octopus, foie gras and caviar come in beautifully crafted, artistically designed tins.
Guy Gavriel Kay’s ‘Tigana’ is, in my opinion, one of the best, if not the best fantasy novel ever written. It’s beautifully written, the characters are unforgettable, the worldbuilding is exquisite.
Some of our most exquisite murders have been domestic, performed with tenderness in simple, homey places like the kitchen table.
I want to lead the Victorian life, surrounded by exquisite clutter.
It was better, he thought, to fail in attempting exquisite things than to succeed in the department of the utterly contemptible.