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Tryon Edwards - 1908 - 644 pages
|I think the first virtue is to restrain the tongue ; he approaches nearest to the gods |
who knows how to be silent, oven though he is in the right. — Calo. If a word be ...
Simplicity is Nature's first step, and the last of Art.— P. J. Bailey. There is a ...
1917 - 2000 pages
|Simplicity Simplicity is the great friend of Nature. ... We have exchanged the |
Washing- tonian dignity for the Jeffersonian simplicity. ... Simplicity is Nature's first
step, and the last of Art. Simile Simplicity 1594 A good simile is the sunshine of ...
|Alford Simplicity is natures first step, and the last of art. - Bailey, Philip James The |
price we pay for the complexity of life is too high. When you think of all the effort
you have to put in --telephonic, technological and relational --to alter even the ...
Harold Bloom, Paul Fox - 2009 - 213 pages
|Simplicity is nature's first step, and the last of art. which quotation we may |
supplement, for the benefit of Mr. browning and his admirers, by another from a
still higher authority, and in itself still more suggestive and instructive: This is an
art which ...
|The last part of this passage suggests in effect that the principles are available |
now. ... the reformation in this art came about, wherever the revolution took place,
the first step in the new opened prospect. ... On the contrary, the English style is
presented only as a first step, the first moment on the path to "nature's simplicity" ...
Marion Harry Spielmann - 1881
|Simplicity — to be true to oneself, to be natural, to be emancipated and impulsive |
and characteristic — this is not the first step in art, but the last, and he who attains
it is a master. The chief of the works sent home to the Salon by the young ...
|No one can think this subject unimportant who knows, as we do, that it is |
considered the very first point in female ... that of the fine arts ; and to prove and
illustrate our position, that the highest culture leads us back to nature and
simplicity, let us ... The first step in civilization is a departure from nature ; the last
is a return to it.
Hans-Georg Moeller - 2004 - 178 pages
|In our story, the first step of the threefold process of “naturing” is the “grounding,” |
and the last step is the fulfillment of a person's destiny—the ... He has perfected
his art to such a degree that he even surpasses natural swimmers such as fish,
turtles, and crocodiles. ... explains the three steps of cultivation in the terminology
of Daoist philosophy.41 The first step, the “grounding,” is called “simplicity”—su.
|With Tales and Miscellanies Now First Collected, and a New Edition of the "Diary |
of an Ennuyee. ... by showing how strong is the influence of art where truth and
simplicity prevail ; and that, where no ornament is to be found — nay, where
imperfections are numerous ; where drawing is ... This is the first true step in the
natural system of the art, or of the application of it, and this was Giotto's more
|... but by a diligent comparison of the discoveries of his predecessors, by |
sagacious views of the simplicity of nature, ... the power by which the apple falls
from the tree, to that which retains the moon in her orbit, Newton made the first
step in this ...