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" Venetian school, which may be said to be the Dutch part of the Italian genius. I have only to add a word of advice to the painters, that however excellent they may be in painting naturally, they would not... "
Harrison's British Classicks: The Idler. Fitz Osbornes Letters. Shenstones ... - Page 115
1787
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Typical selections from the best English authors, with ..., Volume 2

English authors - 1876 - 504 pages
...; so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian schools ; nor did I mean to include in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian School, which may...
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The Works of John Ruskin: Modern painters.-v.5-6. The stones of Venice.-v.7 ...

John Ruskin - 1885 - 654 pages
...sunk, so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Koman and Bolognian schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian...
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The Discourses

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 330 pages
...; so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian Painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian Schools; nor did I mean to include in my idea of an Italian Painter, the Venetian School, which may...
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Works, Volumes 2-3

John Ruskin - 1887 - 664 pages
...sunk, so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian school, which may...
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The Discourses

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1887 - 332 pages
...; so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian Painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bologuian Schools ; nor did I mean to include in my idea of an Italian Painter, the Venetian School,...
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pt. 1. Of general principles. pt. 2. Of truth

John Ruskin - 1888 - 1230 pages
...sunk, so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bologniau schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the ^reIletian school,...
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The Works of John Ruskin: Modern painters, v.1-5

John Ruskin - 1889 - 638 pages
...that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to tha Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian school, which may...
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Volume 22

John Ruskin - 1891 - 488 pages
...sunk, so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian school, which may...
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Modern painters

John Ruskin - 1894 - 476 pages
...sunk, so that there is no need of remarking, that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bologninn schools ; nor did I mean to include, in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian school,...
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The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time, Volume 8

David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler - 1900 - 458 pages
...sunk; so that there is no need of remarking that where I mentioned the Italian painters in opposition to the Dutch, I mean not the Moderns, but the heads of the old Roman and Bolognian schools; nor did I mean to include in my idea of an Italian painter, the Venetian school, which may...
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