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" the beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of the horses' make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the background and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us that they are... "
The Marlburian - Pagina 22
door Marlborough coll - 1879
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Lectures on Sculpture

John Flaxman - 1829 - 243 pagina’s
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the back ground, and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us...
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Lectures on Sculpture

John Flaxman - 1829 - 243 pagina’s
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the back ground, and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us...
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Lectures on Sculpture

John Flaxman - 1829 - 243 pagina’s
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the back ground, and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Volume 3

Allan Cunningham - 1830
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch...nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us they are not alive." To the heathen sculptors, who represented their gods and heroes naked, anatomical...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Volume 3

Allan Cunningham - 1830
...beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the rebet" is not above an inch from the back-ground, and they...nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us they are not alive." To the heathen sculptors, who represented their gods and heroes naked, anatomical...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder Is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the back ground, and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 30

1831
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is chnrmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch from the back ground, and they are so much smaller than nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us...
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The British museum. Elgin and Phigaleian marbles[by sir. H. Ellis].

sir Henry Ellis - 1833
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch...nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us they are not alive*." Of the victims represented upon the frieze, it may be sufficient to observe that...
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Elgin and Phigaleian Marbles, Volume 1

British Museum. Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities - 1833 - 249 pagina’s
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch...nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us they are not alive*." Of the victims represented upon the frieze, it may be sufficient to observe that...
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The Elgin and Phigaleian marbles of the classical ages, in the ..., Volume 1

sir Henry Ellis - 1846
...and the softness of flesh. The beholder is charmed with the deer-like lightness and elegance of their make, and although the relief is not above an inch...nature, we can scarcely suffer reason to persuade us they are not alive*." Of the victims represented upon the frieze, it may be sufficient to observe that...
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