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" ... circumstances, described the scene, and his face was lighted up as the memorable crisis in his country's fate and his own career was renewed before him. He spoke of the desperate chance, the Wild hope, and the hazardous but fixed determination of... "
Book of the Artists: American Artist Life, Comprising Biographical and ... - Página 88
por Henry Theodore Tuckerman - 1867 - 639 páginas
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Autobiography, Reminiscences and Letters of John Trumbull, from 1756 to 1841

John Trumbull - 1841 - 439 páginas
...lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish. The result was in my own opinion eminently successful, and the general was satisfied. But it did not meet the views of Mr. Smith. He admired, he was personally pleased, but he thought the...
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The Artists of America: a Series of Biographical Sketches of American ...

Charles Edwards Lester - 1846 - 257 páginas
...lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish. The result was, in my own opinion, eminently successful, and the General was satisfied. But it did not meet the views of Mr. Smith. He admired, he was personally pleased, but he thought the...
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The Artists of America: a Series of Biographical Sketches of American ...

Charles Edwards Lester - 1846 - 257 páginas
...lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish. The result was, in my own opinion, eminently successful, and the General was satisfied. But it did not meet the views of Mr. Smith. He admired, he was personally pleased, but he thought the...
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The artists of America: a series of biographical sketches

Charles Edwards Lester - 1846
...lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish. The result was, in my own opinion, eminently successful, and the General was satisfied. But it did not meet the views of Mr. Smith. He admired, he was personally pleased, but he thought the...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volumen6

1855
...tho hazardous but fixed determination of that hour ; and, as tho gratified painter declares, " looked the scene." " The result," he says, " was, in my own...eminently successful, and the General was satisfied." Tho gentleman who was the medinm of this commission to Trumbull, praised his work; but, aware of the...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art ..., Volumen6

1855
...determination of that hour ; and, as the gratified painter declares, " looked the scene." " The result," ho says, " was, in my own opinion, eminently successful, and the General was satisfied." The gentleman who was the medium of this commission to Trumbull, praised his work; but, aware of tho...
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Life of George Washington, Volumen5

Washington Irving - 1859
...opinion, eminently successful, and the General was satisfied." Whether the observer of VOL. v.—22 the present day accedes to the opinion, that he "...not, he must admit that it combines great apparent fidelity, with more spirit and the genius of action, than all other portraits. Although not so familiar...
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LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON IRVING - 1859
...the hazardous but fixed determination of that hour ; and, as the gratified painter declares, "looked the scene." "The result," he says, " was, in my own...the General was satisfied." Whether the observer of VOL. v. — 32 the present day accedes to the opinion, that he " happily transferred to the canvas...
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ADVENTURES AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF AMERICANS;

HENRY HOWE - 1859
...advanced, we talked of the scene, its dangers, its almost desperation. He looked the scene again, and I happily transferred to the canvas the lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish." In the year 1815, Congress authorized the president to employ...
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Adventures and Achievements of Americans: A Series of Narratives ...

Henry Howe - 1861 - 732 páginas
...advanced, we talked of the scene, its dangers, its almost desperation. He looked the scene again, and I happily transferred to the canvas the lofty expression of his animated countenance, the high resolve to conquer or to perish." In the year 1815, Congress authorized the president to employ...
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