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" ... belonging to the mechanical part of the art; and little or no time has been given for perfecting the ideas they ought to have in their minds, of the objects themselves in nature: for by having thus espoused and adopted their first notions from nothing... "
The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ... - Página 2
por William Hogarth - 1772 - 153 páginas
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Three Essays: On Picturesque Beauty: On Picturesque Travel: And on Sketching ...

William Gilpin - 1794 - 143 páginas
...imitations ; and " becoming too often as bigot ted to their " faults, as to their beauties, they totally " difregard the works of nature, merely " becaufe they do not tally with what their " minds are fo flrongly prepoffefled with. " Were it not for this, many a reputed " capital picture, which now adorns...
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Hogarth Restored: The Whole Works of the Celebrated William Hogarth, as ...

William Hogarth, Thomas Cook - 1808 - 331 páginas
...in nature : for by having thus espoused and adopted their first notions from nothing but imitations, and becoming too often as bigotted to their faults,...they at length, in a manner, totally neglect, or at least disregard the works of nature, merely because they do not tally with what their minds are so...
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Three essays: on picturesque beauty; on picturesque travel; and on sketching ...

William Gilpin - 1808
...imitations ; and " becoming too often as bigotted to their " faults, as to their beauties, they totally w difregard the works of nature, merely " becaufe they...not tally with what their " minds are fo ftrongly prepoffeffed with, " Were it not for this, many a reputed " capital picture, which now adorns the **...
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The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ...

William Hogarth - 1753 - 153 páginas
...in nature: for by having thus efpoufed and adopted their firft notions from nothing but imitations, and becoming too often as bigotted to their faults,...becaufe they do. not tally with what their minds are fb ftrongly prepoflefs'd with. Were not this a true ftate of the cafe, many a reputed capital picture,...
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