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" The Italian, attends only to the invariable, the great and general ; ideas which are fixed and inherent in universal nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I may say, of nature modified by accident.... "
The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal Academy - 133. oldal
szerző: Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1835
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A Survey of English Literature 1780-1880, 1. kötet

Oliver Elton - 1920
...forms, the representation of which, in Reynolds's eyes, is the aim of the ' grand style ' : The Italian attends only to the invariable, the great, and general...ideas which are fixed and inherent in universal Nature ; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I may say,...

The Journal of English and Germanic Philology

Gustaf E. Karsten - 1922
...it will be recalled, Reynolds prefers the Italian painters to the Dutch, because the Italians attend "only to the invariable, the great and general ideas...which are fixed and inherent in universal nature; the Dutch ... to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail."4*" The opposition of the invariable...

Blackwood's Magazine, 5. kötet

1819
...imitation. The enlightened angler docs not condescend to imitate specifically the detail of things — he attends only to the invariable, the great, and general ideas which are inherent in nature. He throws his fly lightly and with elegance on the surface of the glittering waters,...

Savage Eye: Melville and the Visual Arts

Christopher Sten - 1991 - 338 oldal
...contrarieties which cannot subsist together, and which destroy the efficacy of each other. The Italian attends only to the invariable, the great, and general...which are fixed and inherent in universal nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth, and a minute exactness in the detail, as 1 may say of...
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Gardens and the Picturesque: Studies in the History of Landscape Architecture

John Dixon Hunt - 1994 - 388 oldal
...composition."49 It is what Reynolds, writing in The Idler in 1759, identified as the Italian style, which attends only to the invariable, the great and general...which are fixed and inherent in universal Nature: the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the details, I may say, of Nature,...
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The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader

Paul Hyland, Olga Gomez, Francesca Greensides - 2003 - 467 oldal
...which cannot subsist together, and which destrov the efficacy ol each other. The Italian attends onlv to the invariable, the great, and general ideas which are fixed and inherent in universal Nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I mav sav, ol...
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The Prose of Things: Transformations of Description in the Eighteenth Century

Cynthia Wall - 2006 - 316 oldal
...contrarieties which cannot subsist together, and which destroy the efficacy of each other. The Italian attends only to the invariable, the great, and general...which are fixed and inherent in universal nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I may say, of...
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Rebecca West Today: Contemporary Critical Approaches

Bernard Schweizer - 2006 - 334 oldal
...writings as well, such as the letters written for the Idler on his 1750-52 voyage to Italy: The Italian attends only to the invariable, the great, and general...•which are fixed and inherent in universal Nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I may say, of...
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Art of the Everyday: Dutch Painting and the Realist Novel

Ruth Bernard Yeazell - 2008 - 252 oldal
...early letter to the Idler (1759) to classify the Italians and the Dutch in these terms: The Italian attends only to the invariable, the great, and general...which are fixed and inherent in universal Nature; the Dutch, on the contrary, to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail, as I may say, of...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology

Gustaf E. Karsten - 1922
...it will be recalled, Reynolds prefers the Italian painters to the Dutch, because the Italians attend "only to the invariable, the great and general ideas...which are fixed and inherent in universal nature; the Dutch . . . to literal truth and a minute exactness in the detail."4*0 The opposition of the invariable...




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