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" The innumerable compositions and decompositions which take place between the intellect and its thousand materials before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty... "
The Life, Letters and Table Talk of Benjamin Robert Haydon - Σελίδα 180
των Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 311 σελίδες
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Τόμος 144

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...into immortality. Believe me, Haydon, your picture is part of myself. I have ever been too senable of the labyrinthian path to eminence in Art (judging...before it arrives at that trembling, delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Benjamin Robert Haydon: Correspondence and Table-talk, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 512 σελίδες
...make a sort of prologue to the life I intend to pursue, that is to write, and to study, and to see all Europe at the lowest expense. I will clamber through...before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Correspondence and Table-talk, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 512 σελίδες
...make a sort of prologue to the life I intend to pursue, that is to write, and to study, and to see all Europe at the lowest expense. I will clamber through...before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens' of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Benjamin Robert Haydon: Correspondence and Table-talk, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 514 σελίδες
...make a sort of prologue to the life I intend to pursue, that is to write, and to study, and to see all Europe at the lowest expense. I will clamber through...before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor eyer can know...

The Edinburgh Review, Τόμος 144

1876 - 598 σελίδες
...straddle Ben Lomond. With my soul, galligaskins are out of the question. 1 am nearer myself to hear yoar " Christ " is being tinted into immortality. Believe...before it arrives at that trembling, delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Correspondence and Table-talk, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1876 - 544 σελίδες
...of myself. I have ever been too sensible of the labyrinthian path to eminence in Art (judging fnim poetry) to think I understood the emphasis of painting....before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Benjamin Robert Haydon: Correspondence and Table-talk, Τόμος 2

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1877 - 526 σελίδες
...galligaskins are out of the question. I am nearer myself to hear j our ' Christ ' is being tinteu. into immortality. Believe me, Haydon, your picture...before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of inteuseness — nor ever can know...

Correspondence and Table-talk: With a Memoir, Τόμος 2

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...Believe me, Haydon, your picture is part of myself. I have ever been too sensible of the labyrinthlan path to eminence in Art (judging from poetry) to think...before it arrives at that trembling delicate, and snail-horn perception of beauty ! I know not your many havens of intenseuess — nor ever can know...

The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats: Now First ..., Τόμος 3

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...have ever been too sensible, of the labyrinthian path to eminence in Art (judging from Poetry) ever to think I understood the emphasis of painting. The...materials before it arrives at that trembling delicate and snail-horn perception of beauty. I know not you[r] many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know...

Letters of John Keats to His Family and Friends

John Keats - 1891 - 412 σελίδες
...have ever been too sensible of the labyrinthian path to eminence in Art (judging from Poetry) ever to think I understood the emphasis of painting. The...materials before it arrives at that trembling delicate and snail-horn perception of beauty. I know not your many havens of intenseness — nor ever can know them...




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