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|ION OF CHIOS Art, then, is that which gives a pure emotion . . . which invites to |
neither virtue nor patriotism, nor debauch, nor peace, nor war, nor laughter, nor ...
SICKERT There is no prejudice that the work of art does not finally overcome.
|Eastwood, Clint I am free of all prejudices. I hate everyone equally. - Fields, W. C. |
There is no prejudice that the work of art does not finally overcome. - Gide, Andre
He who has a task to perform must know how to take sides, or he is quite ...
|Gide, Andre It is easier to lead men to combat, stirring up their passion, than to |
restrain them and direct them toward the patient labors of peace. - Gide ... Gide,
Andre There is no prejudice that the work of art does not finally overcome. - Gide
|Is it an argument against the possibility of universal art-enjoyment to assert that |
there are people who care nothing for symphonies, ... Show that not only must the
art-works be available, but time also is necessary, as well as a store of energy not
... Because some people have no opportunity to bathe, or time, or energy, or
desire, does it follow that no one does bathe or ... In what way can persistent
effort to fancy a work of art is beautiful finally overcome an instinctive dislike of the
|There is no doubt that my prejudices, preconceptions, and ideological |
orientations influence every page. ... that have resulted in this book There is not a
picture or image he didn't choose; there is not a word that didn't have his final
approval. ... And as such, this collaborative effort is finally a work of Latino and
Chicano autobiography2 with virtually all the ... and I told him that we had to finish
—that we could add no more and that to do so might overcome a narrative line
that was already ...
|The cube no longer exists as a pure form for contemplation; it becomes an image. |
... You are an older artist who has finally had serious recognition, after great
persistence. ... What do you think of feminism in the art world? ... It is a very, very
sad statement. dk: But you don't feel there is any special prejudice against
women artists? lb: No. ... Many artists destroy their work not because it is bad, but
because it is not successful — because other people aren't interested in it,
because other ...
|The personifications of the four seasons shew fancy, so do the series of little |
figures which answer to the name of ... We are sorry to say that Miss Emily Farmer
must be ranked among these whe have not improved their Art by ... We may add,
too, in Mr. Green's favour, that there is in the exhibition no more careful or
commendable little picture than .... and with such an equipment, he must finally
overcome all opposition to his onward progress, be his enemies who and what
|Public commissions such as the interior decorations of the Palace of Westminster |
and statues of local worthies did not go to women. 1 870-1 900 In her book
Modern Painters and Their Paintings (1874) Sarah Tytler remarked: I may
observe, in proof ... who did not overcome the difficulty, by the advantage of an
early familiarity with art, from having been the daughter of a ... Henrietta Rae (q.v.
), Kate Greenaway (q.v.) and Helen Allingham (q.v.), had no family connection to
|Whatever may be the result of its pretensions, it is undeniably true that there are |
many facts connected with it, which deserve investigation. ... Schelling surmises
that the Re mans w ere acquainted with the art of inducing sleep by a certain
application of the ... of the other, he only labored with the more assiduity in the
hope that he should finally overcome the prejudices of both. ... if we do not
mistake, the celebrated La Place, in his great work, maintains something of the
|His talent was appreciated by the artists, but he was ahead of his time and his |
pictures did not appeal to the public. ... nothing but antique work can be good,
appreciable work; but to my mind, such seems to be a gross prejudice against the
new. There is no reason why the work of present time cannot be equally good
and appreciable art, so long as the architects or ... Finally, after long, frequent
struggles and bitter experiences, I set my heart on the construction of the " Five
Story Tower," ...