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" The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of the countenance, than in the most minute finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. "
Blackwood's Magazine - 352. oldal
1862
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The Life and Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1853 - 369 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now, Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Life of Thomas Gainsborough, R.A.

George Williams Fulcher - 1856 - 248 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

The Life and Writings of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal ...

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Allan Cunningham - 1860 - 369 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...of the features, or any of the. particular parts. Now, Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Discourses

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 283 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as 1 have formerly observed, consists more, in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Discourses

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 283 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Gainsborough and His Place in English Art

Sir Walter Armstrong - 1904 - 297 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Gainsborough and His Place in English Art

Sir Walter Armstrong - 1904 - 297 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

Thomas Gainsborough, R.A.

Alfred Ewen Fletcher - 1904 - 233 oldal
...under the appearance of chance and hasty negligence." The likeness of a portrait, Sir Joshua observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features or any of the particular parts. " Now, Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing or determining the form...

Discourses Delivered to the Students of the Royal Academy

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1905 - 445 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness of a portrait, as I have formerly observed, consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more, in regard to finishing, or determining the form...

The Dial, 53. kötet

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer - 1912
...become more definite than Sir Joshua Reynolds, who concludes that the likeness, as well as the grace, of a portrait "consists more in preserving the general...than in the most minute finishing of the features, or of any particular parts." At this point we may briefly describe the offering presented by Dr. Anton...




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