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" ... imperceptible to vulgar eyes, which constitutes grace, and establishes the superiority of one artist »ver another ; that the knowledge of the degrees of things or taste presupposes a perfect knowledge of the things themselves ; that colour, grace,... "
A Classical Dictionary: Containing an Account of the Principal Proper Names ... - Sivu 155
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 2

Alexander Chalmers - 1812
...things themselves: that colour, grace, ami taste, are ornaments, not substitutes of form, expres-, sion, and character, and when they usurp that title, degenerate...formed his Venus, or rather the personification of the birthday of love, the wonder of art, the de-> spair of artists ; whose outline baffled every attempt...

The General biographical dictionary: containing an historical and critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1812
...things, or taste, presupposes a perfect knowledge of the things themselves : that colour, grace, and taste, are ornaments, not substitutes of form, expression, and character, and when they usurp that title, dege« nerate into splendid faults; Such were the principles on which Apelles formed his Venus, or...

Lectures on Painting: Delivered at the Royal Academy

Henry Fuseli - 1830 - 140 sivua
...presupposes a comparative knowledge of things themselves : that colour, grace, and taste are companions, not substitutes of form, expression and character,...usurp that title, degenerate into splendid faults. This precision of hand and eye presupposed, we now come to its application and object, Imitation, which...

The life and writings of Henry Fuseli, the former written and the ..., Nide 2

Johann Heinrich Füssli - 1831
...presupposes a comparative knowledge of things themselves: that colour, grace, and taste are companions, not substitutes of form, expression, and character,...usurp that title, degenerate into splendid faults. This precision of hand and eye presupposed, we now come to its application and object, Imitation, which...

A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...things or taste presupposes a perfect knowledge of the things themselves ; that colour, grace, and taste are ornaments, not substitutes, of form, expression,...art, the despair of artists ; whose outline baffled every attempt at emendation, while imitation shrunk from the purity, the force, the brilliancy, the...

Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Nide 1

Sir William Smith - 1850
...taste, presupposes a perfect knowledge of the things themselves : that colour, grace, and taste, arc ornaments, not substitutes, of form, expression, and...Grace, — the wonder of art, the despair of artists." That this view of the Venus is right, is proved, if proof were needed, by the words of Pliny (xxxv....

Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology: Abaeus-Dysponteus

Sir William Smith - 1844
...knowledge of the things themselves : that colour, grace, and taste, are ornamente, not substitutos of form, expression, and character ; and, when they...that title, degenerate into splendid faults. Such wert; the principles on which Apelles formed his Venus, or rather the personification of Female Grace,...

Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Nide 1

William Smith - 1844
...that colour, grace, and taste, are ornaments, not substitutes, of form, expression, and character j and, when they usurp that title, degenerate into splendid faults. Such were the principles on which Apclles formed his Venus, or rather the personification of Female Grace, — the wonder of art, the....

Methodist Review, Nide 30

1848
...constitutes grace, and establishes the superiority of one artist over another; that color, grace, and taste, are ornaments, not substitutes, of form, expression,...usurp that title, degenerate into splendid faults."* When this department of his education has been thoroughly attended to, let him procure the " Hand-book...

Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology: Abaeus-Dysponteus

William Smith - 1849
...things, or taste, présupposée a perfect knowledge of the things themselves : that colour, grace, and taste, are ornaments, not substitutes, of form, expression,...Grace, — the wonder of art, the despair of artists." That this view of the Venus is right, is proved, if proof were needed, by the words of Pliny (xxxv....




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