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Bøker Bok 110 av 14There are two Causes of Beauty, natural and customary. Natural is from Geometry,...
" There are two Causes of Beauty, natural and customary. Natural is from Geometry, consisting in Uniformity (that is Equality) and Proportion. Customary Beauty is begotten by the Use of our Senses to those Objects which are usually pleasing to us for other... "
The Geometrical Companion: In which the Elements of Abstract Geometry are ... - Side 120
av George Darley - 1828 - 169 sider
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A Treatise on the Decorative Part of Civil Architecture, Volum 1

Sir William Chambers, Joseph Gwilt - 1825 - 514 sider
...exactly half the less term, as 3 to 2. Wren, in one of his Essays published in the Parentalia, says, " There are two causes of beauty, natural and customary....themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors, here is tried the architect's judgment, but always the true test is natural or geometrical...
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Metropolitan Improvements; Or London in the Nineteenth Century: Displayed in ...

1828 - 172 sider
...in uniformity, that is, equality and proportion. Customary beauty is begotten by the use of our own senses to those objects which are usually pleasing...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors ; here is tried the architect's judgment; but always the true test is natural or geometrical...
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Metropolitan Improvements; Or, London in the Nineteenth Century: Being a ...

1827 - 316 sider
...in uniformity, that is, equality and proportion. Customary beauty is begotten by the use of our own senses to those objects which are usually pleasing...as familiarity, or particular inclination, breeds a lore to things not in themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors; here is tried the...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volum 8

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1828
...says, " There are natural causes of beauty ; beauty is a harmony of objects, begetting pleasure to the eye : there are two causes of beauty — natural...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors ; here is tried the architect's judgment. But always the true lest is natural or geometrical...
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Metropolitan Improvements, Or London in the 19th Century

1833 - 172 sider
...in uniformity, that is, equality and proportion. Customary beauty is begotten by the use of our own senses to those objects which are usually pleasing...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors ; here is tried the architect's judgment; but always the true test is natural or geometrical...
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Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London: With Historical ..., Volum 1

John Britton, Augustus Pugin - 1838 - 405 sider
...proportion. In this respect his theory and practice went hand in hand; for, in his first tract,* he says, " There are natural causes of beauty. Beauty...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors; here is tried the architect's judgment: * Parentalia, page 3i4. but always the true test is...
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On beauty: three discourses delivered in the University of Edinburgh

John Stuart Blackie - 1858 - 270 sider
...seen in how far they agree, or disagree, with the argument stated in the text. SIR CHRISTOPHER WREN. ' There are natural causes of beauty. Beauty is a harmony...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors ; here is tried the architect's judgment : hut always the tme test is natural or geometrical...
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On Beauty: Three Discourses Delivered in the University of Edinburgh

John Stuart Blackie - 1858 - 270 sider
...seen in how far they agree, or disagree, with the argument stated in the text. SIH CHRISTOPHER WHEN. ' There are natural causes of beauty. Beauty is a harmony...themselves lovely. Here lies the great occasion of errors ; here is tried the architect's judgment: but always the true test is natural or geometrical...
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Sir Christopher Wren: Scientist, Scholar and Architect

Lawrence Weaver - 1923 - 173 sider
...Eye. There are two Causes of Beauty — natural and customary. Natural is from THEORIES OF BEAUTY 151 Geometry, consisting in Uniformity (that is Equality)...themselves lovely. Here lies the great Occasion of Errors, here is tried the Architect's Judgment, but always the true Test is natural or geometrical...
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The Mathematical Science of Christopher Wren

J. A. Bennett - 2002 - 160 sider
...approach to the other mathematical sciences. The key paragraph from his first architectural tract was: There are natural Causes of Beauty. Beauty is a Harmony...themselves lovely. Here lies the great Occasion of Errors; here is tried the Architect's Judgment: but always the true Test is natural or geometrical...
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