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" His colour, and his mode of finishing, approach nearer to perfection than those of any other Painter : the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with which it melts into the ground ; the cleanness and transparency of his colouring, which stop... "
Putnam's Home Cyclopedia ... - Page 319
by G.P. Putnam & Co - 1852
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Hand-book of Universal Biography ...

P. Godwin - Biography - 1852 - 821 pages
...finishing, says Sir Joshua Reynolds, " approach nearer to perfcotiou than those of any other painter: the gliding motion of" his outline, and the sweetness...leaves nothing to be wished for." Yet, notwithstanding his genius and industry, "poorly, poor mail, he lived; poorly, poor man. he died!'' D. 1584. CORSINI,...
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Hand-book of Universal Biography ...

Parke Godwin - Biography - 1852 - 821 pages
..."approich nearer to perfection than those of any other painter: the gliding motion of his outline, ana the sweetness with which it melts into the ground;...clearness and transparency of his coloring, which stops at withstanding his genius and industry, "poorly, poor man, he lived; poorly, poor man, lie died !" D....
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Cyclopedia of Universal Biography: A Record of the Names of the Most Eminent ...

Parke Godwin - 1854 - 821 pages
...Reynolds, " appro-ich nearer to perfection than those of any other painter: the gliding motion of Ыз outline, and the sweetness with which it melts into...medium in which the purity and perfection of taste liée, leave« nothing to be wished for." l et, notwithstanding his genius and industry, ••poorlv,...
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Popular Biography

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Biography - 1854 - 527 pages
...finishing," says Sir Joshua Reynolds, " approach nearer to perfection than those of any oilier painter; the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with...the ground ; the clearness and transparency of his colouring, which stops at that exact medium in which the purity and perfection of taste lies, leaves...
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CYCLOPEDIA OF UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY: A RECORD OF THE NAMES OF THE MOST EMINENT ...

PARKE GODWIN. - 1856
...finishing," says Sir JOshua Reynolds, "approach nearer to perfection than those of any other painter; the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with...leaves nothing to be wished for." Yet, notwithstanding. his genius and industry,' "poorly, poor man, he lived; poorly, poor man, lie died!" D. 1534. CORSINI,...
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Cyclopedia of Biography: A Record of the Lives of Eminent Persons

Parke Godwin - Biography - 1866 - 979 pages
...finishing," says Sir Joshua Reynolds, " appro'ich nearer to perfection than those of any other painter; the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with...medium in which the purity and perfection of taste liée, leaves nothing to be wished for." Yet, notwithstanding his genius and industry, " poorly, poor...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 119

1866
...the effect, as the contrary produces what is called the dry manner.' He applauded in Correggio ' the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with which it melts into the ground,' and it was one of his own especial excellences. ' There was nothing,' said Northcote to Hazlitt, '...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 119

English literature - 1866
...the effect, as the contrary produces what is called the dry manner.' He applauded in Cbrreggio 'the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with which it melts into the ground,' and it was one of his own especial excellences. ' There was nothing,' said Northcote to Hazlitt, '...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 119

English literature - 1866
...the effect, as the contrary produces what is called the dry manner.' He applauded in Correggio 'the gliding motion of his outline, and the sweetness with which it melts into the ground,' and it was one of his own especial excellences. ' There was nothing,' said Northcote to Hazlitt, '...
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The Cyclopaedia of Biography ...

Parke Godwin - Biography - 1880 - 1153 pages
...finishing," says Sir Joslutn Reynolds, "approach nearer to perfection than those of any other painter; the gliding motion of" his outline, and the sweetness...clearness and transparency of his coloring, which stops al that exact medium in which the purity and perfection of taste lies, leaves nothing to be wished...
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