They could apply the lessons they had learnt from their careful study of the Italian Masters, and apply them with successful originality. It is in the energy which lives in the King Arthur... Peter Vischer - Page 125by Cecil Headlam - 1901 - 143 pagesFull view
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James Joseph Walsh - Renaissance - 1914 - 577 pages
...imitators and they were not plagiarists in any sense of the word. To quote Mr. Headlam again (page 131): " They could apply the lessons they had learnt from...It is in the energy which lives in the King Arthur, the simple yet vigorous composition and execution of bas-reliefs, such as the Healing of the Blind...