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" Invention in Painting does not imply the invention of the subject ; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that is not generally interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance... "
The national obstacle to the national public style considered. Observations ... - Side 39
av William Paulet Carey - 1825
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The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight ...: Containing His ..., Volum 1

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone - 1801
...not imply the invention of the subject ; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroicfc action, or heroick suffering. There must be something either in the action, or in the object,...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Kt. Late President of the Royal ...

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone - 1819 - 3 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject ; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroick action, or heroick suffering. There must be something either in the action, or in the object,...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds ...: Containing His ..., Volum 1

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1819
...imply the invention of the subject ; for that is com* monly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroick action, or heroick suffering. There must be something either in the action, or in the object,...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ..., Del 2,Volum 16

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...' imply the invention of the subject ; for that is commonly supplied by ihe poet or historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that is not generally interesting. R ought to be either some eminent instance of heroic action or heroic suffering. There must be something...
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The Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1824 - 279 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that is not generally interesting.1 It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroic action, or heroic suffering. There...
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The Decorator's assistant

...not imply the invention of the subject, for that is commonly supplied by the poet or historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...action or heroic suffering. There must be something universally concerned, and which powerfully strikes upon the public sympathy. Strictly speaking, indeed,...
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The Life and Writings of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal ...

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Allan Cunningham - 1860 - 369 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject, for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...either some eminent instance of heroic action or heroic Buffering. There must be something, either in the action or in the object, in which men are universally...
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Discourses

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 283 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject, for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that is not generally interesting. It ought to bo either some eminent instance of heroic action or heroic suflering. There must be something, either...
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English Prose: From Maundevile to Thackeray

Arthur Galton - 1888 - 333 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject ; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroick action, or heroick suffering. There must be something either in the action, or in the object,...
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Nineteenth-Century Theories of Art

Joshua C. Taylor - 1987 - 563 sider
...not imply the invention of the subject; for that is commonly supplied by the Poet or Historian. With respect to the choice, no subject can be proper that...interesting. It ought to be either some eminent instance of heroick action, or heroick suffering. There must be something either in the action, or in the object,...
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