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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ...is sufficient to observe the law in a single example, such as Fig. 49, which is a wing of one of the angels in Durer's woodcut of the Fall of Lucifer. At first sight, the plumes seem disposed with much irregularity, but there is a sense of power and motion in the whole which the reader would find was at once lost by a careless copyist; for it depends on the fact that if we take the principal curves at any points of the wing, and continue them in the lines which they are pursuing at the moment they terminate, these continued lines will all meet in a single point, c. It is this law which gives unity to the wing. All groups of curves set beside each other depend for their beauty upon the observance of this law;f and if, therefore, the mountain crests are to be perfectly beautiful, Nature must contrive t(. get this element of radiant curvature into them in one way or anouier. Nor does it, at first sight, appear easy for her to get, I do not say The lines are a little too straight in their continuations, the engraver having cut some of the curvature out of their thickness, thinking I had drawn them too coarsely. But I have chosen this coarsely lined example, and others like it, following, because I wish to accustom the reader to distinguish between the mere fineness of instrument in the artist's hand, and the precision of the line he draws. Give Titian a blunt pen, and still Titian's line will be a noble one: a tyro, with a pen well mended, may draw more neatly; but his lines ought to be discerned from Titian's, if we understand drawing. Every line in this woodcut of Durer's is refined; and that in the noblest sense. Whether broad or fine does not matter, the lines are right; and the most delicate false line is evermore to be despised, in...

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Buchbeschreibung Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: .is sufficient to observe the law in a single example, such as Fig. 49, which is a wing of one of the angels in Durer s woodcut of the Fall of Lucifer. At first sight, the plumes seem disposed with much irregularity, but there is a sense of power and motion in the whole which the reader would find was at once lost by a careless copyist; for it depends on the fact that if we take the principal curves at any points of the wing, and continue them in the lines which they are pursuing at the moment they terminate, these continued lines will all meet in a single point, c. It is this law which gives unity to the wing. All groups of curves set beside each other depend for their beauty upon the observance of this law;f and if, therefore, the mountain crests are to be perfectly beautiful, Nature must contrive t(. get this element of radiant curvature into them in one way or anouier. Nor does it, at first sight, appear easy for her to get, I do not say The lines are a little too straight in their continuations, the engraver having cut some of the curvature out of their thickness, thinking I had drawn them too coarsely. But I have chosen this coarsely lined example, and others like it, following, because I wish to accustom the reader to distinguish between the mere fineness of instrument in the artist s hand, and the precision of the line he draws. Give Titian a blunt pen, and still Titian s line will be a noble one: a tyro, with a pen well mended, may draw more neatly; but his lines ought to be discerned from Titian s, if we understand drawing. Every line in this woodcut of Durer s is refined; and that in the noblest sense. Whether broad or fine does not matter, the lines are right; and the most delicate false line is evermore to be despised, in. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAV9781230234243

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Buchbeschreibung Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: .is sufficient to observe the law in a single example, such as Fig. 49, which is a wing of one of the angels in Durer s woodcut of the Fall of Lucifer. At first sight, the plumes seem disposed with much irregularity, but there is a sense of power and motion in the whole which the reader would find was at once lost by a careless copyist; for it depends on the fact that if we take the principal curves at any points of the wing, and continue them in the lines which they are pursuing at the moment they terminate, these continued lines will all meet in a single point, c. It is this law which gives unity to the wing. All groups of curves set beside each other depend for their beauty upon the observance of this law;f and if, therefore, the mountain crests are to be perfectly beautiful, Nature must contrive t(. get this element of radiant curvature into them in one way or anouier. Nor does it, at first sight, appear easy for her to get, I do not say The lines are a little too straight in their continuations, the engraver having cut some of the curvature out of their thickness, thinking I had drawn them too coarsely. But I have chosen this coarsely lined example, and others like it, following, because I wish to accustom the reader to distinguish between the mere fineness of instrument in the artist s hand, and the precision of the line he draws. Give Titian a blunt pen, and still Titian s line will be a noble one: a tyro, with a pen well mended, may draw more neatly; but his lines ought to be discerned from Titian s, if we understand drawing. Every line in this woodcut of Durer s is refined; and that in the noblest sense. Whether broad or fine does not matter, the lines are right; and the most delicate false line is evermore to be despised, in. Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAV9781230234243

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