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" The painters who have applied themselves more particularly to low and vulgar characters, and who express with precision the various shades of passion, as they are exhibited by vulgar minds (such as we see in the works of Hogarth) deserve great praise;... "
The national obstacle to the national public style considered. Observations ... - Side 36
av William Paulet Carey - 1825
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The Decorator's assistant

...universal presiding idea of the art. The painters who have applied themselves more particularly to low vulgar characters, and who express with precision...the praise which we give must be as limited as its objects. The merry-making or quarrelling of the boors of Teniers, the same sort of productions of Brouwer...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: ... to which is Prefixed ..., Volum 1

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Henry William Beechey, Thomas Gray, Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy, William Mason - 1852
...vulgar chuacters, and who express with precision the various shades cf passion, as they are exhihited by vulgar, minds (such as we see in the works of Hogarth),...praise ; but as their genius has been employed on low Sf' and confined subjects, the praise which we give must be^ as limited as its object. The merrymaking...
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Life and Times of Sir Joshua Reynolds: With Notices of Some of His ..., Volum 1

Charles Robert Leslie - 1865
...chap, i.— ED. though none enter into competition with this universal presiding idea of the art.1 The painters who have applied themselves more particularly...confined subjects, the praise which we give must be as confined as its object. The merrymakings or quarrellings of the boors of Teniers, the same sort of...
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The Library Magazine of Select Foreign Literature, Volum 4

1880
...exhibited by vulgar minds (such as we see in After speaking of the grand historical style, he proceeds : the works of Hogarth), deserve great praise; but as their genius has been employed in low and confined subjects, the praise which we give must be as limited as its object. The merry-making...
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A Modern Composition and Rhetoric (complete Course) Containing the ...

Lewis Worthington Smith, James Eames Thomas - 1901 - 406 sider
...they are exhibited by vulgar minds. This we see in the works of Hogarth. They deserve great praise. Their genius has been employed on low and confined subjects. The praise that we give must then be as limited as its object. The merry-making or quarreling of the boors of...
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The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects..., Utgaver 47-48

Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1906
...competition with this universal presiding idea of the art" [this by-the-by from " The President"]. " The painters who have applied themselves more particularly...praise which we give must be as limited as its object." How true and how important! But also how exasperating. We know that Reynolds was, and alone was, qualified...
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George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art: Volume 1 ..., Volum 1;Volumer 1792-1835

Robert L. Patten - 1992 - 495 sider
...they are exhibited by vulgar minds, (such as we see in the works of Hogarth,)" Reynolds declared that "as their genius has been employed on low and confined...the praise which we give must be as limited as its object."2 Thus when an intaglio artist designed and executed an original print the result was vulgar,...
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Art for the Nation: Exhibitions and the London Public, 1747-2001

Brandon Taylor - 1999 - 314 sider
...details of every kind', he would say in Discourse III at the end of the following year. The painters who applied themselves more particularly to low and vulgar...praise which we give must be as limited as its object [whereas] it must not be forgotten that there is a nobleness of conception, which goes beyond anything...
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The Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts, Volum 5

1839
...themselves more particularly to low and vulgar characters, and who express with precision the various shadea of passion, as they are exhibited by vulgar minds,...confined subjects, the praise which we give must be »8 limited as its object. The merry-making or quarrelling of the boors of Teniers ; the same 8ort...
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