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" In this respect our times are peculiarly unfavourable when compared with those when Madonnas were painted in the seclusion of convents ; for we have now, on the one hand, the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill,... "
MacMillan's Magazine - 273. oldal
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The Quarterly Review, 111. kötet

1862
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other...works which cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. ' Works of art, by being publicly exhibited and offered for sale, are becoming...

Prince Albert's golden precepts: or, The opinions and maxims of ... the ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1862 - 133 oldal
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now, on the one hand, the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other,...works which cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. The works of art, by being publicly exhibited and offered for sale, are...

The London Quarterly Review, 111-112. kötet

1862
...seclusion of c -nvents; for we have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast, array of urtists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other...works which cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. ' Works of art, by being publicly exhibited and offered for side, are becoming...

The Journal of Education for Upper Canada, 15-16. kötet

1862
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast array of artiste of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other,...works which cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. The works of art, by being publicly exhibited and offered for sale, are...

Prince Albert's Golden Precepts: Or, The Opinions and Maxims of His Royal ...

Albert (Prince Consort, consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain) - 1862 - 133 oldal
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now, on the one hand, the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other,...thus led by professional writers, who often strive to Evil Effects of Trade in Art. 7 1 impress the public with a great idea of their own artistic knowledge...

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in ..., 2. kötet

William Sandby - 1862 - 467 oldal
...seclusion of convents; for we have now, on the one hand, the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and, on the other,...public, for the greater part wholly uneducated in ail — and this led by professional writers, who often strive to impress the public with a great idea...

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in ..., 2. kötet

William Sandby - 1862 - 467 oldal
...seclusion of convents; for we have now, on the one hand, the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and, on the other,...public, for the greater part wholly uneducated in art—and this led by professional writers, who often strive to impress the public with a great idea...

The popular history of England, 8. kötet

Charles Knight - 1862
...president, remarked that " We have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other as judge, a great public, fur the greater part wholly uneducated in art, and thus led by professional writers, who often strive...

The public life of queen Victoria

John McGilchrist - 1868 - 200 oldal
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other,...by the merciless manner in which they treat works wliicb cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. And again, as a companion...

The Public Life of Queen Victoria

John McGilchrist - 1869 - 200 oldal
...seclusion of convents ; for we have now on the one hand the eager competition of a vast array of artists of every degree of talent and skill, and on the other,...works which cost those who produced them the highest efforts of mind or feeling. And again, as a companion and worthy picture — which is none the less,...




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