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" As for the various departments of painting, which do not presume to make such high pretensions, they are many. None of them are without their merit, though none enter into competition with this universal presiding idea of the art. "
The national obstacle to the national public style considered. Observations ... - Side 36
av William Paulet Carey - 1825
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The Portfolio: Monographs on Artistic Subjects..., Utgaver 47-48

Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1906
...— "As for the various departments of painting, which do not presume to make such high pretensions, they are many. None of them are without their merit,...competition with this universal presiding idea of the art" [this by-the-by from " The President"]. " The painters who have applied themselves more particularly...
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The Political Theory of Painting from Reynolds to Hazlitt: The Body of the ...

John Barrell - 1995 - 366 sider
...somehow licensed to ignore it. On the one hand, those comic painters who 'have applied themselves ... to low and vulgar characters, and who express with...the various shades of passion, as they are exhibited in vulgar minds' deserve praise only 'in proportion, as, in those limited subjects, and peculiar forms,...
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The Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts, Volum 5

1839
...perfect. As for the various departments of painting, which do not presume to make such high pretensions, they are many. None of them are without their merit,...characters, and who express with precision the various shadea of passion, as they are exhibited by vulgar minds, (such as we see in the works of Hogarth,)...
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