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" ... presumptuous. It must be want of taste that prevents my feeling that enthusiastic admiration with which others are inspired at sight of this statue... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Σελίδα 509
1766
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...brought fuch a concourie of ftrangers of ojd to the little town of Thefpia:. I cannot help thinking lha; there is no beauty in the features of Venus, and that...the antients and we differ in the ideas of beauty. "Stye know the contrary, from their medals, bufts, and hiftorians. Without all doubt, the limbs and...

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...called De Medicis, which was found at Tivoli, and is kept in a feparate apartment called The Tribuna. I cannot help thinking that there is no beauty in the features of Venus ; and that the attitude is awkward and out of character. Without all doubt the limbs and proportions of this ftatue are elegantly...

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...Cupid by Praxiteles, which brought fuch a concourfe of ftrangers of old to the little town of Thefpise. I cannot help thinking that there is no beauty in the features of Ve» nus ; and that the attitude is aukward and out of character. It is a bad plea to urge that the...

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