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" Rejected, on which occasion the painter declared to him that there were inventive touches of art in his first and juvenile essay, which, with all his subsequent knowledge and experience, he had not been able to surpass. "
Men of Mark: A Book of Short Biographies - Página 176
por Cecilia Lucy Brightwell - 1872 - 309 páginas
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1820
...these anecdotes, had the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected ;" on which occasion the painter...declared to him that there were inventive touches in his first and juvenile essay, which all his subsequent experience had not enabled him to surpass....
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The Port Folio

Joseph Dennie, John Elihu Hall - 1817
...same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected," on which occasion the painter declared lo him, that there were inventive touches of art in his first and juvenile essay, which, with all his aubseqnent knowledge and experience, he had not been able to surpass." P. 36. We omit, with reluctance,...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...of these Memoirs had the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ rejected," on which occasion the Painter...and experience, he had not been able to surpass.' p. 24. We cannot notice one-tenth part of the amusing and interesting particulars, so rapidly recounted...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volumen8

1816
...of these memoirs had the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of ".Christ Rejected," on which occasion the painter...and experience, he had not been able to surpass.' Mr. Pennlngton now paid Mr. West another visit; and was so highly pleased with the effect of his present,...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volumen8

Washington Irving - 1816
...of these memoirs ha.d the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected," on which occasion the painter...and experience, he had not been able to surpass.' Mr. Pennington now paid Mr. West another visit; and was so highly pleased with the effect of his present,...
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The Monthly Review

1816
...of these Memoirs had the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected," on which occasion the painter...knowledge and experience, he had not been able to surpass. The works of Du Fresnoy and Richardson on painting having been lent to young Benjamin, the impression...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1818
...this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected," on which occasion tbe painter declared to him that there were inventive touches of art in hi» first and juvenile essay, which, with all his subsequent knowledge and experience, he had not...
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The Life, Studies, and Works of Benjamin West, Esq., President of the Royal ...

John Galt - 1820
...of these Memoirs had the gratification to see this piece in the same room with the sublime painting of " Christ Rejected," on which occasion the Painter...knowledge and experience, he had not been able to surpass. CHAP. II. The Artist visits Philadelphia.—His second Picture. — William* the Painter gives him...
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The Literary Character, Volumen1

Isaac Disraeli - 1822
...some of their earliest and unfinished productions, that more than one artist discovered with WEST, that " there were inventive touches of art in his...and experience, he had not been able to surpass." A young writer, in the progress of his studies, should often recollect a fanciful simile of Dry den:...
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Juvenile biography; some account of the childhood of persons who were ...

Juvenile biography - 1824
...room with his sublime painting of " Christ rejected:" on which occasion he was himself heard to say, that there were inventive touches of art in his first...knowledge and experience, he had not been able to surpass. But I think I have now told you almost enough about little Benjamin. Henry. Oh, no, no, dear mamma!...
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