THE JOURNAL OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY OF LONDON.

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Page 249 - The corruption of the schools of high art, so far as this particular quality is concerned, consists in the sacrifice of truth to beauty. Great art dwells on all that is beautiful; but false art omits or changes all that is ugly. Great art accepts Nature as she is, but directs the eyes and thoughts to what is most perfect in her; false art saves itself the trouble of direction by removing or altering whatever it thinks objectionable.
Page v - Society was held at the Dr. Savage Institute, New York, on December isth, 1900, Mr. J. Blake Hillyer, president, in the chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been read and confirmed, the...
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Page 249 - A white canvas cannot produce an effect of sunshine; the painter must darken it in some places before he can make it...
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