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" Bid her be all that cheers or softens life, The tender sister, daughter, friend, and wife : Bid her be all that makes mankind adore; Then view this marble, and be vain no more ! Yet still her charms in breathing paint engage; Her modest cheek shall warm... "
The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal Academy - 425. oldal
szerző: Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1835
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The Complete Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1903 - 672 oldal
...friend, and wife; Bid her be all that makes mankind adore, Then view this marble, and be vain no more ! Yet still her charms in breathing paint engage, Her modest cheek shall warm a future age. Beanty, frail flower, that ev'ry season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years. Thus Churchill's...

Thomas Gainsborough: His Life, Work, Friends, and Sitters

William Biggs Boulton - 1905 - 336 oldal
...women of his day. Pope's lines upon a picture of Jervas are much more applicable to this noble work : " Yet still her charms in breathing paint engage, Her...fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years." There is an interesting note on page 25 of Cunningham's second volume of the Walpole Letters which...

The prose works of Jonathan Swift, 12. kötet

Jonathan Swift - 1908
...glory in transmitting them to posterity. Thus the Countess of Bridgewater's eyes shall still shine: Beauty, frail flower that every season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years. At least they shall in this poem, of which Walpole remarks 1 Pope's Works, vol. viii., pp. 5-6. that...

The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift: Essays on the portraits of Swift, by Sir ...

Jonathan Swift - 1908
...glory in transmitting them to posterity. Thus the Countess of Bridgewater's eyes shall still shine: Beauty, frail flower that every season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years. At least they shall in this poem, of which Walpole remarks 1 Pope's Works, vol. viii., pp. 5-6. that...

The Poems of Alexander Pope: A One-volume Edition of the Twickenham Text ...

Alexander Pope - 1963 - 850 oldal
...breathing paint engage; 55 Her modest cheek shall warm a future age. Beauty, frail flow'r that ev'ry season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years. Thus Churchill's race shall other hearts surprize, And other Beauties envy Worsley's eyes, 60 Each pleasing Blount shall...
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1888
...Jervas as a painter, for Pope has the following harmonious lines in regard to his productions : — Beauty, frail flower that every season fears, Blooms...thy colours for a thousand years. Thus Churchill's race shall other hearts surprise, And other beauties envy Worsley's eyes, Each pleasing Blount shall...

Temple Bar, 121. kötet

1900
...which I have already mentioned. It is couched in terms of fulsome flattery ; he promises him that — "Beauty, frail flower! that every season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years" (what unconscious satire, seeing that Jervas is now forgotten !), and compares his portrait of Lady...

Saint George, 8. kötet

John Howard Whitehouse, Richard Warwick Bond, John Bryan Booth - 1905
...blend in beauteous tints the colour'd mass, And from the canvas call the mimic face ; and again — Beauty, frail flower that every season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years, what can we anticipate will be the lot of the fashionable painters in our day ? It has, however, been...

The Monthly Magazine, 35. kötet

1813
...Jervas is also highly elegant, though it has less of poetic elevation and enthusiasm: "Beauty, fiail flower that every season fears, Blooms in thy colours for a thousand years ; Thus Churchill's race shall other hearts en». prize, And olher beauties envy Wortley'g eye»; Each pleasing Blount...




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