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" All men, completely organized and justly tempered, enjoy color ; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation, and the eminent sign and seal of perfection in them... "
Annual Report of the Board of Education Together with the ... Annual Report ... - Página 416
por Massachusetts. Board of Education - 1900
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Sketches from nature: taken, and coloured, in a journey to Margate ...

George Keate - 1790
...justly tempered, enjoy colour ; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation, and the eminent sign arid seal of perfection in them ; being associated with life in the human body, with light in the sky,...
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Modern Painters ...

John Ruskin - 1856
...justly tempered, enjoy colour; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...— death, night, and pollution of all kinds being colourless. And although if form and colour be brought into complete opposition l, 1 The inconsistency...
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Modern Painters ...: pt. 5. Of mountain beauty

John Ruskin - 1858
...justly tempered, enjoy color ; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...them ; being associated with life in the human body, * The redeemed Raliab bound for a sign a scarlet thread in the window. Compare Canticles iv. 3. with...
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Selections from the Writings of John Ruskin

John Ruskin - 1868 - 479 páginas
...justly tempered, enjoy colour; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...— death, night, and pollution of all kinds being colourless. — MP iv. Pt. v. ch. iii. § 23, 24. GREATNESS OF STYLE. — Greatness of style consists,...
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Art Culture: A Hand-book of Art Technicalities and Criticisms

John Ruskin - 1873 - 485 páginas
...justly. tempered, enjoy colour ; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...the human body, with light in the sky, with purity * The redeemed Rahab bound for a sign a scarlet thread in the window. Compare Canticles iv. 3. and...
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Modern Painters, Volumen4

John Ruskin - 1873
...justly tempered, enjoy colour; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...and the eminent sign and seal of perfection in them j being associated with life in the human body, with light in the sky, with purity and hardness in...
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Lectures on the beautiful and sublime in nature and in morals

George Mather (Wesleyan minister.) - 1874
...justly tempered, en joy colour; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...— death, night, and pollution of all kinds being colourless." There is an order running throughout nature in respect of colour. Colours are not spread...
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Personal Appearance and the Culture of Beauty: With Hints as to Character

Thomas S. Sozinskey - 1877 - 196 páginas
...of beauty. " It is meant," says Ruskin, " for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...the eminent sign and seal of perfection in them." It is now the accepted belief that there is no such thing as color in nature. Objects only seem to...
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Modern Painters ...: pt. 5. Of mountain beauty

John Ruskin - 1879
...justly tempered, enjoy color ; it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...night, and pollution of all kinds being colorless. And although if form and color be brought into complete opposition,! so that it should be put to us...
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Education, Volumen17

1897
...justly tempered enjoy color : it is meant for the perpetual comfort and delight of the human heart ; it is richly bestowed on the highest works of creation,...the eminent sign and seal of perfection in them." Color has a magnificent content, broad and deep. Chevreul, the famous French philosopher, with his...
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