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" FUSELI. 2. If an Artist love his Art for its own sake, he will delight in excellence wherever he meets it, as well in the work of another as in his own. This is the test of a true love. 3. Nor is this genuine... "
The life and writings of Henry Fuseli, the former written and the latter ed ... - Seite 50
von Johann Heinrich Füssli - 1831
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Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ...

1830
...honours cannot create genius, nor pritfce profusion supply public neglect. Nd geattifte work of ait ever was or ever can be produced, but for its own sake ; if the artist do- not conceive to p]eaae himself, he never wifl. fciisfyo please the world. " We have now been in possession of an ac)U...
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The Life and Writings of Henry Fuseli, Band 3

Henry Fuseli - 1831
...retaliation of her own principle, is made to pay the debt contracted with mankind. But 52 LECTURE XII. let none fondly believe that the importation of Greek...persuade ourselves that all the treasures of the globe PRESENT STATE OF THE AttT. 55 could suddenly produce an Iliad or Paradise Lost, or the Jupiter of Phidias,...
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Lectures on Painting

James Barry, Henry Fuseli, John Opie - 1848 - 567 Seiten
...genius, nor private profusion supply public neglect. No genuine work of art v ever was or ever can bo produced, but for its own sake; if the artist do not conceive to please himself, he never will .-c finish to please the world. Can we persuade ourselves that all the treasures of the globe could...
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Living Orators in America

Elias Lyman Magoon - 1849 - 462 Seiten
...sways an audience ; and when he did not, he is stale, outrageous and disgusting. No genuine eloquence ever was, or ever can be produced, but for its own sake ; if the orator do not create and express thought to please himself, he never will succeed in pleasing the world....
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Lectures on Art, and Poems

Washington Allston - 1850 - 380 Seiten
...efforts of no individual, however persevering, would enable him to reach. APHORISMS SENTENCES 1. " No genuine work of Art ever was, or ever can be, produced but for its own sake ; if the painter does not conceive to please himself, he will not finish to please the world." — FUSELI. 2....
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Lectures on Art, and Poems

Washington Allston - 1850 - 380 Seiten
...enable him to reach. APHORISMS. SENTENCES TVRITTEN BT MR. ALLSTON ON THE WALLS OF HIS STUDIO: 1. " No genuine work of Art ever was, or ever can be, produced but for its own sake ; if the painter does not conceive to please himself, he will not finish to please the world." — FUSELI. 2....
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Reason, Faith, and Duty: Sermons Preached Chiefly in the College Chapel

James Walker - 1876 - 454 Seiten
...this college inscribed on the walls of his studio, is applicable to every form of mental effort. " No genuine work of art ever was, or ever can be, produced but for its own sake ; if the painter does not conceive to please himself, he will not finish to please the world." Again, the student...
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Art Notes, Ausgaben 1-34

Macbeth Gallery - 1896
...both a great artist, as an executant, and a great thinker; and such men are rare.— George Clausen. No genuine work of art ever was, or ever can be, produced but for its own sake; if the painter does not conceive to please himself, he will not finish to please the world. — Fuseli. 411...
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Edinburgh Review, Or, Critical Journal, Band 67

1838
...of art,' says Fuseli, than whom no one had a higher feeling of what art in its best sense demands, ' ever ' was or ever can be produced but for its own...' of the globe could suddenly produce an Iliad or a Paradise ' Lost, or the Jupiter of Phidias, or the Capella Sestina ? Cir' cumstances may assist or...
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Lectures on Art, and Poems, by Washington Allston. Ed. by Richard Henry Dana ...

Washington Allston - 1850 - 396 Seiten
...would enable him to reach. APHORISMS. SENTENCES WBITTEN BY MB. ALLSTON OS THE WALLS OF HIS STUDIO. 1. " No genuine work of Art ever was, or ever can be, produced but for its own sake ; if the painter does not conceive to please himself, he will not finish to please the world." — FUSELI. 2....
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