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" Head that is quite unactive, and flung flat upon the Canvas (like the Faces on Medals after the Fall of the Roman Empire, or the Gothic Heads before the Revival of the Arts) will be so far from having any Grace, that it will not even have any Life in... "
Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects - Page 38
by Robert Dodsley, Joseph Spence, John Hill - 1762
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Crito: Or, A Dialogue on Beauty

Joseph Spence - Aesthetics - 1752 - 61 pages
...quite unactive, and flung flat upon the Canvas (like the Faces on Medals after the Fall of the Roman Empire, or the Gothic Heads before the Revival of...Grace, that it will not even have any Life in it. The Quo motuj ? — (For fo, I think, thit Paffagefhould be read ; becaufe the Epithet of graceful, cannot...
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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects, Volume 1

William Hay - 1761
...quite unactive, and flung flat upon trie Canvas (like the Faces on Medals after the Fall of the Roman Empire, or the Gothic Heads before the Revival of..." no Grace, with Impropriety;" or, in other Words, [/] Dixit; Sc avertens rofea cervice refulfit; Ambrofixque comx divinum vertice odorem Spiravere: pedes...
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Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects: By Several Authors. ... Containing I ...

1765
...quite unactive, and flung flat upon the Canvas (like the faces on Medals after the Fall of the Roman Empire, or the Gothic Heads before the Revival of...any Life in it. The Second Obfervation is : " That therecanbe " no Grace, with Impropriety }"or, in other Words, £/ ] Dixit 5 It aver tens rofea cervice...
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The Boston magazine

...tall of the Roman empire, or the Gothic heads before the re•viv.it of the arts) will be fo far frorn having any grace, that- it will not even have any life in it. , The recond observation is : " 1>at there can be no grace, with impropriety ;" or, in. otter words, that...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 3, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797
...quite unaftive, and flung flat upon the canvas (like the faces on medals after the fall of the Roman empire, or the Gothic heads before the revival of...grace, that it will not even have any life in it. The fécond obfervation is, " That there can be no grace with impropriety ;" or, in other words, that nothing...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1813
...soft and feminine ; Her graceful innocence ; her ev'ry air Of gesture, or least action. B. ix. 461. be no grace with impropriety;" or, in other words, that nothing can be graceful that is not conformable to the character and situation of the person in question. For instance, the graces of a...
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Pantologia. A new (cabinet) cyclopędia, by J.M. Good, O. Gregory, and N ...

John Mason Good, Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1819
...quite inactive, and laid flat upon the canvas, like the faces on medals after the fall of the Roman empire, or the Gothic heads before the revival of the arts, will be so far from having any grace, that it will not even hare the least appearance of animation. The second...
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Crito, Or, A Dialogue on Beauty

Joseph Spence - Aesthetics - 1885 - 67 pages
...quite unactive, and flung flat upon the Canvas (like the Faces on Medals after the Fall of the Roman Empire, or the Gothic Heads before the Revival of the Arts) will be so far from having any Grace, that it will not even have any Life in it. " The Second Observation is...
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Laokoon; Lessing, Herder, Goethe: Selections Ed

William Guild Howard - Aesthetics - 1910 - 470 pages
...either of the whole body or of some limb, or at least of some feature. . . . The second observation is that there can be no grace with impropriety ; or,...that nothing can be graceful that is not adapted to the characters of the person" (pp. 40 ff.). " Grace has nothing to do with the lowest part of beauty,...
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