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" Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater than in landscape ^the tumble of his rocks and trees, the deep shadows in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine, and dewy verdure, show a variety of genius, which are not to be found in the inimitable... "
The National Gallery: Its Pictures and Their Painters; a Hand-book for Visiters - Page 14
by National Gallery (Great Britain), Green Clarke - 1842 - 28 pages
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 2

George Vertue, James Dallaway - Artists - 1828
...as hee himself told me." " unpoco adjutata." " The English eye, judging only from the atmosphere to of his rocks and trees, the deep shadows in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine, and dewy verdure, show a variety of genius, which are not to be found in the inimitable but uniform glow...
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Handbook to the Public Galleries of Art in and Near London: With Critical ...

Mrs. Jameson (Anna) - Art museums - 1845 - 628 pages
...to tremble and glisten with dewy light, are painted in with the most exquisite truth and vigour. " Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater...landscape. The tumble of his rocks and trees, the deep sliadows in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine and the dewy verdure, show a variety of genius...
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The Picture Collector's Manual: Dictionary of names

James R. Hobbes - Painters - 1849
...grandeur of Titian, and they are in no respect inferior : the picturesque forms of his 2 с RUB ЗЯ6 rocks and trees, the deep shadows in his glades and...glooms, the watery sunshine and the dewy verdure, form a striking contrast with the fascinating productions of Clande Lorraine. RUBENTSTEIN ОГ RlEBENTSTEIN...
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Anecdotes of painting in England, with some account of the principal artists ...

Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1849
...former. Seldom as he praetised it, Rubens was never greater than in landseape ; ' the tumble of his roeks and trees, the deep shadows in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine, and dewy verdure, show a variety of genins, whieh are not to be found in the inimitable but uniform glow...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 1

Horace Walpole, James Dallaway, Ralph Nicholson Wornum, George Vertue - Artists - 1876
...compositions do not yield to those of the latter ; his landscapes are at least equal to those of the former. Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater...in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine, and dewy verdure, show a variety of genius, which are not to be found in the inimitable but uniform glow...
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Walks in London, Volume 2

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - London (England) - 1878
...the Pala22o Balbi, at Genoa the residence of the painter in the rich wooded scenery of Brabant. " Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater...tumble of his rocks and trees, the deep shadows in his shades and glooms, the watery sunshine and the dewy verdure, show a variety of genius which are not...
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Walks in London, Volume 2

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - London (England) - 1878
...the Pala22o Balbi, at Genoa the residence of the painter in the rich wooded scenery of Brabant. " Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater...tumble of his rocks and trees, the deep shadows in his shades and glooms, the watery sunshine and the dewy verdure, show a variety of genius which are not...
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Anecdotes of painting in England. [Abridged. Followed by] A catalogue of ...

Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1879
...compositions do not yield to those of the latter ; his landscapes are at least equal to those of the former. Seldom as he practised it, Rubens was never greater...in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine, and dewy verdure, show a variety of genius, which are not to be found in the inimitable but uniform glow...
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Landscape in art before Claude and Salvator

Josiah Gilbert - Art, Ancient - 1885 - 461 pages
...subscribing to them, we may end with the words of Horace WaI pole : " Seldom as he practised it, Rubeus was never greater than in landscape. The tumble of...in his glades and glooms, the watery sunshine and dewy verdure, show a variety of genius which are not to be found in the inimitable but uniform glow...
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