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" Now on the dead, then on that master-piece, Now on his face, lifeless and colourless, Then on those forms divine that lived and breathed, And would live on for ages — all were moved; And sighs burst forth, and loudest lamentations. "
Handbook for Travellers in Central Italy: Including the Papal States, Rome ... - Page 397
by John Murray (Firm) - 1843 - 568 pages
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The Index Guide to Travel and Art-study in Europe: A Compendium of ...

Lafayette Charles Loomis - Europe - 1901 - 587 pages
...canvas has been severely criticised. u And when all beheld Now on his face, lifeless and colorless. Then on those forms divine that lived and breathed,...burst forth and loudest lamentations." — Rogers. " Two entirely different scenes are combined in the picture— a piece of audacity not to be recommended...
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The Leisure Hour, Volume 32

Great Britain - 1883
...when, entering in, they looked Now on the dead, then on that masterpiece, Now on his face, lifeless and colourless, Then on those forms divine that lived...And sighs burst forth, and loudest lamentations." Raphael died very wealthy ; he stood high in> the admiration of the most illustrious men in the Rome...
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The Christ face in art

James Burns - Religion - 1907 - 252 pages
...entering in, they look'd, Now on the dead, then on that masterpiece — Now on his face, lifeless and colourless, Then on those forms divine that lived...And sighs burst forth, and loudest lamentations." Again, as his body was borne to its last restingplace, his unfinished " Transfiguration " was carried...
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Walks in Rome, Volume 2

Augustus J. C. Hare - Transportation - 2005 - 516 pages
...entering in, they look'd, Now on the dead, then on that masterpiece — Now on his face, lifeless and colourless, Then on those forms divine that lived and breathed, And would Eve on for ages — all were moved, And sighs burst forth and loudest lamentations.' Rogers, The three...
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The Denstonian

Denstone St. Chad's coll - 1883
...they looked Now on the dead, then on that Masterpiece — Kow on his face, lifeless and eolo\irless, Then on those forms divine that lived and breathed, And would live on for ages — all are moved, And sighs burst forth and loudest lamentations." In looking at this picture we must bear...
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