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" Now, in order to obtain a just idea of action, at the same time to be judiciously satisfied of being in the right in what we do, let us begin with imagining a line formed in the air by any supposed point at the end of a limb or part that is moved, or... "
The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ... - Página 138
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
...being in the right in what we do, let us begin with imagining a line formed in the air by any supposed point at the end of a limb or part that is moved,...movements may be conceived at once is evident, on the least recollection; for whoever has seen a fine Arabian war-horse, unbacked and at liberty, arid in...
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The Analysis of Beauty

William Hogarth - 1908 - 242 páginas
...being in the right in what we do, let us begin with imagining a line formed in the air by any supposed point at the end of a limb or part that is moved,...movements may be conceived at once is evident, on the least recollection, for whoever has seen a fine Arabian war horse, unbacked and at liberty, and in...
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The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ...

William Hogarth - 1753 - 153 páginas
...formed by the pleafing movement of a fhip on the waves. Now in order to obtain a juft idea of a£tion at the fame time to be judicioufly fatisfied of being...recollection, for whoever has feen a fine arabian war-horfe, imback'd and at liberty, and in a wanton trot, cannot but remember what a large waving line his rifing,...
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Questioning History: The Postmodern Turn to the Eighteenth Century

Greg Clingham - 1998 - 196 páginas
...line or other in the air. ... let us begin with imagining a line formed in the air by any supposed point at the end of a limb or part that is moved,...movements may be conceived at once is evident, on the least recollection, for whoever has seen a fine arabian warhorse . . . cannot but remember what a large...
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Gainsborough's Vision

Amal Asfour, Dr Paul Williamson, Paul Williamson - 1999 - 325 páginas
...case, a complete motion or action is apprehended instantaneously and interpreted as a line: ;í¡. And that thus much of movements may be conceived at once is evident, on the least recollection, for whoever has seen a fine arabian war-horse, unback'd and at liberty, and in...
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Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early-modern Culture

Chris Mounsey - 2001 - 301 páginas
...a trace of its movements in the air, so one could imagine "a line formed in the air by any supposed point at the end of a limb or part that is moved. "4:> The body that Hogarth envisioned had a coherent and immediate presence, such that each of its...
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