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" There is an elegant degree of plumpness peculiar to the skin of the softer sex, that occasions these delicate dimplings in all their other joints, as well as these of the fingers; which so perfectly distinguishes them from those even of a graceful man;... "
The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ... - Página 70
por William Hogarth - 1810 - 153 páginas
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The Works of William Hogarth: (including the 'Analysis of Beauty ..., Volumen2

Thomas Clerk, William Hogarth - 1812
...though it is so slightly sketched, the difference will more evidently appear when you in like mannt-r compare a straight coarse finger in common life with...assisted by the more softened shapes of the muscles P. 66 underneath, presents to the eye all the varieties in the whole figure of the body with gentler...
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The Analysis of Beauty

William Hogarth - 1908 - 242 páginas
...by the straightness of its lines, shows figure 6, plate 19, to have some little taste in it, thotigh it is so slightly sketched; the difference will more...shapes of the muscles underneath, presents to the PLATE eye all the varieties in the whole figure of the body, with gentler and fewer parts more sweetly...
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The Analysis of Beauty: Written with a View of Fixing the Fluctuating Ideas ...

William Hogarth - 1753 - 153 páginas
...the difference will more evidently appear when you in like manner compare a ftraight coarfe ringer in common life with the taper dimpled one of a fine lady. There is an elegant degree of plumpnefs peculiar to the fkin of the fofter fex, that occafions thefe delicate dimplings in all their...
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Private Interests: Women, Portraiture, and the Visual Culture of the English ...

Alison Margaret Conway - 2001 - 293 páginas
...such objects as the female bustline, and places Venus at the centre of his theoretical speculation: There is an elegant degree of plumpness peculiar to...of a graceful man; and which, assisted by the more soften'd shapes of the muscles underneath, presents to the eye all the varieties in the whole figure...
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Der Landschaftsgarten als Lebensmodell: zur Symbolik der "Gartenrevolution ...

Ana-Stanca Tabarasi - 2007 - 512 páginas
...erschienen war. Unter den Beispielen für die Wellenlinie (undulating line) hatte Hogarth auch auf den „elegant degree of plumpness peculiar to the skin of the softer sex" hingewiesen. 131 Daher war er auch an der idealen Form des Korsetts interessiert gewesen. 1315 Die...
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