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Famous Pictures; Famous Pictures Described, with Anecdotes of the Painters
Charles Lester Barstow
Predogled ni na voljo - 2008
ANECDOTES appear artist beautiful became become better Born called canvas century character child color copy Corot critics decoration died drawing Dyck early effect everything face famous father feel figures Florence French friends Gallery gave give given greatest hand happy head interest Italy kind king landscape later Leonardo light LITTLE GALLERY lived London look Louvre master meaning Michelangelo mind Murillo Museum nature never noted notice objects once original painter painting Paris Parma picture poor portrait produced Raphael represent returned Reynolds rich Rome Royal Rubens scene seems seen sent simple soon story subjects success tell things thought Titian trees true ture turn Turner usually Velasquez Venetian school wish wonderful young
Stran 215 - Farewell, great painter of mankind ! Who reach'd the noblest point of art, Whose pictured morals charm the mind, And through the eye correct the heart. If Genius fire thee, reader, stay, If nature touch thee, drop a tear, If neither move thee — turn away — For Hogarth's honour'd dust lies here.
Stran 160 - tis easy, all of it ! No sketches first, no studies, that's long past: I do what many dream of, all their lives, - Dream ? strive to do, and agonize to do, And fail in doing. I could count twenty such On twice your fingers, ~and not leave this town, Who strive - you don't know how the others strive To paint a little thing like that you smeared Carelessly passing with your robes afloat...
Stran 160 - No doubt. Yonder's a work now, of that famous youth The Urbinate who died five years ago. (Tis copied, George Vasari sent it me.) Well, I can fancy how he did it all, Pouring his soul, with kings and popes to see, Reaching, that heaven might so replenish him...
Stran 144 - ... may turn himself, his every action is so divine as to leave all other men far behind him, and manifestly to prove that he has been specially endowed by the hand of God himself, and has not obtained his pre-eminence by human teaching, or the power of man. This was seen and acknowledged by all men in the case of Leonardo da Vinci...
Stran 157 - I SHALL not soon forget that sight : The glow of autumn's westering day, A hazy warmth, a dreamy light, On Raphael's picture lay. It was a simple print I saw, The fair face of a musing boy ; Yet, while I gazed, a sense of awe Seemed. blending with my joy. A simple print : — the graceful flow Of boyhood's soft and wavy hair, LUCY IIOJPER.
Stran 85 - Indeed it forms a decided feature and its light cannot be put out, because it is the light of nature — the Mother of all that is valuable in poetry, painting or anything else — where an appeal to the soul is required.
Stran 187 - ... manner, that the Magnifico was utterly amazed. Lorenzo, furthermore, perceived that the youth had departed to a certain extent from the original, having opened the mouth according to his own fancy, so that the tongue and all the teeth were in view; he then remarked in a jesting manner to the boy, "Thou shouldst have remembered that old folks never retain all their teeth ; some of them are always wanting.
Stran 93 - There's a far bell ringing At the setting of the sun, And a phantom voice is singing Of the great days done. There's a far bell ringing, And a phantom voice is singing Of renown for ever clinging To the great days done.