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" On whatever account we value these drawings, it is certainly not for high finishing, or a minute attention to particulars. Excellence in every part, and in every province of our art, from the highest style of history down to the resemblances of still-life,... "
The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight ; Late President of the Royal ... - Page 57
by Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone, Thomas Gray - 1809
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 25

History - 1800
...art,' from the higheft ftyle of hiftory down to the refemblances of ftill-life, will depend on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole, without which the greateft diligence is vain. I wifli you to bear in mind, that when I fpeak of a whole, I do not mean...
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Annual Register, Volume 25

History - 1800
...our art, from the highelt ftyle of hiftorvdown to the refemblances of flill-life, will depend on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole, without which the greateft diligence is vain. I wifh you to bear in mind, that when I {peak of a wMt, I do not mean limply...
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The works of sir Joshua Reynolds. To which is prefixed an account ..., Volume 2

Joshua Reynolds (sir.) - 1801
...our art, from the highest style of history down to the resemblances of stilllife, will depend on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole,...bear in mind, that when I speak of an whole, I do no not mean simply an whole as belonging to composition, but an whole with respect to the general style...
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The Complete Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: First President of the ..., Volume 2

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1824
...art, from the highest style of history down to the resemblances of still-life, will depend on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole,...with respect to the general style of colouring; an wltalc with regard to the light and shade; an whole of every ,thing which may separately become the...
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The literary works of sir Joshua Reynolds. To which is prefixed a ..., Volume 2

Joshua Reynolds (sir.) - 1835
...the attention at once to the whole, without •' its' which the greatest diligence is vain. . $4,^ I wish you to bear in mind, that when I speak of an Hjw, whole, I do not mean simply an whole as belonging to ^of c. composition, but an whole with respect...
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The Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1842 - 279 pages
...art, from the highest style of history down to the resemblances of still life, will depend cc on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole,...vain. I wish you to bear in mind, that when I speak of a whole, I do not mean simply a whole as belonging to composition, but a whole with respect to the...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 14

1843
...feeling which should dominate over the whole con* We may apply the words of Sir J. Reynolds : — " I wish you to bear in mind that when I speak of an...with regard to the light and shade — an whole of everything which may separately become the main object of a painter." — Sir J. Reynold's Discourse...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 14

1843
...which should dominate over the whole con* We may apply the words of Sir J. Reynolds : — " I wlsh you to bear in mind that when I speak of an whole,...with regard to the light and shade — an whole of everything which may separately become the main object of a painter." — Sir J. Reynold's Discourse...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843
...show how much satisfaction can be given without high finishing, or minute attention to particulars. " I wish you to bear in mind, that when I speak of a whole, I do not mean simply a whole as belonging to composition, but a whole with respect to the...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds: ... to which is ..., Volume 2

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Art - 1846 - 495 pages
...art, from the highest style of history down to the resemblances of still-life, will depend on this power of extending the attention at once to the whole,...light and shade; an whole of every thing which may separatery become the main object of a Painter. I remember a Landscape-painter in Rome, who was known...
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