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" ... battle of Waterloo had done in arms !" We shall not stay to decide between the battle and the picture ; but the writer follows up the same idea of the Terrible Sublime in the Catalogue, the first paragraph of which is conceived in the following terms... "
A glance at London, Brussels, and Paris: by a provincial Scotsman - Página 49
por Provincial Scotsman - 1829 - 283 páginas
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen80

1817
...paragraph of which is conceived in the following terms : — " The general effect proposed to be excited by this picture is the terrible sublime, and its various...lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror, a sentiment which painting has so seldom attempted to awaken, that a particular description of the...
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The Edinburgh Observer: Or, Town and Country Magazine, Temas1-11

1817
...general eifect proposed to he excited hy this picture, the artist tells us, is the terrihle suhlime, and its various modifications, until lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror. We cannot forhear copying the following extract from the printed deseription of the picture, as it...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volumen11

1818
...of the artist was a delineation upon canvas 'of the terrible sublime,' as he describes it, ' in all its various modifications, until lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror.' The attempt to execute and arrange complicated masses of figures, so as to excite in the mind associations...
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Death on the Pale Horse

John BRUCE (Minister of Low Hill Cemetery, Liverpool.) - 1827 - 12 páginas
...celebrated Painting of WEST — DEATH ON THE PALE HORSE. " The general effect proposed to be excited by the Picture is the terrible sublime, and its various modifications,...lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror." Such was certainly the impression produced on the Author's mind; and while his imagination was powerfully...
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Criticisms on Art

William Hazlitt - 1844 - 384 páginas
...paragraph of which is conceived in the following terms : — "The general effect proposed to be excited by this picture is the terrible sublime, and its •various...lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror, a sentiment which painting has so seldom attempted to awaken, that a particular description of the...
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Criticisms on Art

William Hazlitt - 1844 - 384 páginas
...paragraph of which is conceived in the following terms ; — " The general effect proposed to be excited by this picture is the terrible sublime, and its various modifications, until lost in die opposite extremes of pity and horror, a sentiment which painting has so seldom attempted to awaken,...
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Essays on the Fine Arts

William Carew Hazlitt - 1873 - 470 páginas
...paragraph of which is conceived in the following terms : — " The general effect proposed to be excited by this picture is the terrible sublime, and its various...lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror, a sentiment which painting has so seldom attempted to awaken, that a particular description of the...
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The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Other Collections of ...

Helen Weston Henderson - 1911 - 383 páginas
...recapture the Holy City. The general effect aimed at by the artist in this picture is the terribly sublime and its various modifications until lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror. Mr. West was of the opinion, that, to delineate a physical form, which in its moral impression would...
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1821
...much and conflicting criticism. The object of the artist, as he himself expressed it, was, to excite " the terrible sublime, and its various modifications,...lost in the opposite extremes of pity and horror." — How far the artist lias succeeded, it is for the public to.judge; his attempt was indeed a bold...
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