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" His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished, were examples of the sublime and terrible : at that time perfectly new in English art. As Romney was gifted with peculiar powers for historical and ideal painting, so his heart and soul were engaged... "
George Romney - Page 372
by Arthur Bensley Chamberlain - 1910 - 418 pages
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Volume 5

Allan Cunningham - Architects - 1832 - 311 pages
...affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Correggio. His Cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...extricate himself from the importunate business of portrait-painting. It was his delight by day, and study by night ; and for this his food and rest were...
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The Georgian Era: Political and rural economists. Painters, sculptors ...

------ Clarke - Great Britain - 1834
...affections ; and several of liis pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismunda of Corregió. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...from the importunate business of portrait painting. It was his delight by day, and study by night ; and for this his food and rest were often neglected....
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...and delicate affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismunda of Corregio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately...peculiar powers for historical and ideal painting, it was his delight by day and study by night ; and for this his food and rest were often neglected....
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The penny cyclopędia [ed. by G. Long].

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - Reference - 1841
...affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Correggio. His Cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...terrible ; at that time perfectly new in English art.' ' His compositions, like those of the antient pictures and basso-relievos, told their story by a single...
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The epochs of painting characterized, a sketch of the history of painting ...

Ralph Nickolson Wornum - 1847
...affections; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigisuionda of Correggio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...terrible; at that time perfectly new in English art." " His compositions, like those of the ancient pictures and basso-relievos, told their story by a single...
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The Epochs of Painting Characterized: A Sketch of the History of Painting ...

Ralph Nicholson Wornum - Painting - 1847 - 509 pages
...affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Correggio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...terrible ; at that time perfectly new in English art." " His compositions, like those of the ancient pictures and basso-relievos, told their story by a single...
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A general view of the fine arts, critical and historical

Ludlow, Miss - Architecture - 1851 - 477 pages
...affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Coreggio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...from the importunate business of portrait painting. It was his delight by day, and study by night : and for this his food and rest were often neglected....
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A General View of the Fine Arts, Critical and Historical

Ludlow, Miss - Art - 1851 - 477 pages
...aflections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Coreggio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...ideal painting, so his heart and soul were engaged iu the pursuit of it, whenever he could extricate himself from the importunate business of portrait...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful ..., Volume 20

Society for the Difussion of Useful Knowledge - 1841
...and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Correggio. His Cai-loons, some of which have unfortunately perished, were examples...terrible ; at that time perfectly new in English art.' ' His compositions, like those of the antient pictures and basso-relievos, told their story by a single...
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A general view of the fine arts: critical and historical, with an introduction

Daniel Huntington - 1838
...affections ; and several of his pictures breathe a kindred spirit with the Sigismonda of Coreggio. His cartoons, some of which have unfortunately perished,...from the importunate business of portrait painting. It was his delight by day, and study by night : and for this his food and rest were often neglected....
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