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Analysis of Beauty.
WITH A VIEW OF FIXING THE FLUCTUATING
IDEAS OF TASTE
BY WILLIAM HOGARTH.
ILLUSTRATED BY ENGRAVINGS.
A NEW EDITION,
PRINTED VERBATIM FROM THE ORIGINAL WORK, THE PAGES OF WHICH
ARE HERE RETAINED.
So vary'd he, and of bis tortuous train
PRINTED FOR R. SCHOLEY, 46, PATERNOSTER ROW;
By T. Davison, Lombard Street, Whitefriars.
INTRODUCTION. The use and advantage of considering solid
objects as only thin shells composed of lines, like the outer
coat of an onion
XIV. Of Colouring
XV. Of the Face. 1. In the highest taste, and the
2. As to character and expression.
3. Of the manner in which the lines of the
Face alter from infancy upwards, and shew
XVI. Of Attitude
XVII. Of Action. 1. A new method of acquiring an
easy and graceful movement of the hand and
2. Of the head, &c. 3. Of dancing,
particularly the minuet. 4. Of country-danc-
ing, and, lastly, of stage-action