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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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A Treatise on Art in Three Parts: Consisting of Essays on the Education of ...

John Burnet - 1913 - 100 oldal
...first of portrait painters." In another place he says, "The likeness of a portrait consists more in the preserving the general effect of the countenance than...of the features, or any of the particular parts." — Sixth and Fourteenth Discourses. the size and shape of the smaller component parts, where they...

Portraiture: Facing the Subject

Joanna Woodall - 1997 - 282 oldal
...identified the formal means by which Gainsborough had demonstrated this gift in a particularly vivid way: The likeness of a portrait ... consists more in preserving...than in the most minute finishing of the features ... Gainsborough's portraits were often little more in regard to finishing or determining the form...
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The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader

Paul Hyland, Olga Gomez, Francesca Greensides - 2003 - 467 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...
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New Media, 1740-1915

Lisa Gitelman, Geoffrey B. Pingree - 2003 - 271 oldal
...Joshua Reynolds explained in one of the Discourses he delivered as president of the Royal Academy, "consists more in preserving the general effect of...finishing of the features, or any of the particular parts."61 Portraitists were instructed to use their creative faculties of imagination and invention...
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The Enlightenment: A Sourcebook and Reader

Paul Hyland, Olga Gomez, Francesca Greensides - 2003 - 467 oldal
...together is either forgotten or neglected. The likeness o1 a portrait, as I have 1ormerlv observed, consists more in preserving, the general effect of...the countenance, than in the most minute finishing ol the features, or anv ol the particular parts. Now Gainsborough's portraits were often little more,...
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The Students' Cabinet Library of Useful Tracts, 5. kötet

1839
...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 tofinishing, or determining the form...




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