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" I shall now produce some instances to show, that they, as well as our own art, renounce the narrow idea of nature, and the narrow theories derived from that mistaken principle, and apply to that reason only which informs us not what imitation is— a... "
The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight ; Late President of the Royal ... - Page 120
by Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone, Thomas Gray - 1809
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1787
...illuilrate this principle by a parallel from other arts, 1 fhall now produce fome inftances to fliew that they, as well as our own art, renounce the narrow...nature, and the narrow theories derived from that miftaken principle ; and apply to that reafon only which informs us, not what imitation is, a natural...
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The works of sir Joshua Reynolds. To which is prefixed an account ..., Volume 2

Joshua Reynolds (sir.) - 1801
...whom it is received. An ignorant uneducated man may, like Apelles's critick, be a competent judge of the truth of the representation of a sandal; or to...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natural representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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The Cabinet of Arts: Or, General Instructor in Arts, Science, Trade ...

Hewson Clarke, John Dougall - Drawing - 1817 - 859 pages
...must deserve the attention of the enlightened part of mankind : I mean those only who are taught to renounce the narrow idea of nature, and the narrow theories derived from that mistaken principle of copying her servilely, and in the detail. In the higher parts of both poetry and painting a servile...
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The literary works [&c.]. In which is included a memoir by J. Farington

Joshua Reynolds (sir.) - 1819
...whom it is received. An ignorant uneducated man may, like Apelles's critick, be a competent judge of the truth of the representation of a sandal; or to...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natural representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Kt. Late President of the Royal ...

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone, Joseph Farington, Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy - Art, English - 1819
...whom it is received. An ignorant uneducated man may, like Apelles's critick, be a competent judge of the truth of the representation of a sandal; or to...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natural representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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The Complete Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the ..., Volume 2

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1824
...like Moliere's old woman, may decide upon what is nature, 'in regard to comic humour ; but a critic in the higher style of art, ought to possess the same...illustrate this principle by a comparison with other arts, 1 shall now produce some instances to show, that they, as well as our own art, renounce ; the narrow...
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The literary works of sir Joshua Reynolds. To which is prefixed a ..., Volume 2

Joshua Reynolds (sir.) - 1835
...like Moliere's old woman, may decide upon what is nature, in regard to comic humour ; but a critic in the higher style of art ought to possess the same...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natura* representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the Royal Academy

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1835
...like Moliere's old woman, may decide upon what is nature, in regard to comic humour ; but a critic in the higher style of art ought to possess the same...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natura' representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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The Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1842 - 279 pages
...like Moliere's old woman, may decide upon what is nature, in regard to comic humour ; but a critic in the higher style of art ought to possess the same...that reason only which informs us not what imitation is, — a natural representation of a given object, — but what it is natural for the imagination...
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Handbook to the Public Galleries of Art in and Near London: With ..., Volume 1

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Art museums - 1842
...higher, like Moliere's old woman, may decide upon what is nature in regard to comic humour ; but a critic in the higher style of art ought to possess the same...refined taste which directed the artist in his work. — Sir J. Reynolds. X. — The duration and stability of the fame of the old masters of painting is...
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