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" Conus or sharpe pointe wherewith it seemeth to divide the aire, that so it may ascende to his proper sphere. So that a picture having this forme... "
The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ... - Página vi
por William Hogarth - 1772 - 153 páginas
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Hogarth Restored: The Whole Works of the Celebrated William Hogarth, as ...

William Hogarth, Thomas Cook - 1808 - 331 páginas
...motion; which the painters call the spirite of a picture. " Nowe there is no forme so fitte to expresse this motion, as that of the " flame of fire, which, according to Aristotle and the other philosophers, is " an elemente most actiue of all others, because the forme...
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The Illustrated photographer, Volumen1

1869
...expresses motion, which the painters call the spirit of a picture. Now, there is no form so fit to express this motion as that of the flame of fire, which, according to Aristotle and other philosophers is an element most active of all others, because the form of the flame...
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The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ...

William Hogarth - 1753 - 153 páginas
...exprefle Motion: which the Painters call the " fpirite of a picture: Nowe there is no forme fb fittc " to exprefle this motion, as that of the flame of fire,...with it feemeth to divide the aire, that fo it may a£" cende to his proper fphere. So that a picture having " this forme will bee moft beautifull." *...
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