By Elizabeth Gilmore Holt
Throughout the 19th century associations and attitudes gave option to new varieties and relationships. Traditions in governmental and social associations, traditions in social habit and strategies of creation, traditions in equipment and fabrics of building in structure and in modes of of illustration within the visible arts have been discarded.
The nineteenth-century artist have been consequently referred to as upon to plot varieties that might be expressive of eu existence which was once reworking itself into the economic and technological age of the 20 th century......
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Antigone, he supports the exhimself with the une sword shewing his death to be a consequence of he whilst kills hers. Expression distinguishes the sreeies of action in the whole composition— it animates its characters and gradations, soul doth the body -:; lintrs— it engage- the anenticn. and excites an interest which crmnensate- for a multitude of defects— whilst the mest admirable execution. whheut a hast ana lively expressicn. will be d:s~ega-aed as laborious inanity, or contemned as an illusory endeavour to impose :n the reelings and the understanding.
Tarbell, A History of Greek Art, New York, 1927, p. ] 20 CLASSICISM examples of the same work, there cannot be, I feel, any reason to doubt that the Venus de Milo, in the group of which it originally was a part, was the original of those we have named. The distance which separates them is immeasurable. relative to the superiority of different This would be the time to extend the parallel and to include the antique Venuses which have come down to us, if such a course did not lead us too far astray.
De Marcellus had not been able to anticipate the representatives of other nations, who arrived too late. ANTOINE C. QUATREMERE DE QUINCY 19 stored through incontestable proofs and authorities, that is to say, that we must show what it was like originally. When I speak of making it whole again, I wish to do so verbally; for I believe that not only should it be left in the mutilated state in which it was found, but also that it would be impossible to restore it. I hope that you will agree with me when this paper has been read.
From the Classicists to the Impressionists. Art and Architecture in the 19th Century by Elizabeth Gilmore Holt