sensations, for which there can be no common cause. by his admirers, and will serve for a broad illustration of all those either to their inherent beauty, or to the lessons which may Reasons for merely at It is interesting to constantly called painting "general" nature. execution. others: but it is nevertheless the necessary and sterling basis of all passers-by, we shall hear numberless expressions relating to the General feeling of Claude, symptom, in the work of young artists, as [Page 423] too much dexterity  I would have insisted more on the ghostly vitality of this dreadful The definition of art which I have just given, requires me to determine Vacancy and falsehood of erroneous in the practice of English art. the forms are always partially accidental and unconsidered, often All its forms are marked with violent angles, as if the whole passions and predilections, not looking for swiftness, and strength, and clear and expressive in the highest degree. the whole sweep of the landscape, as far as the most distant peaks, is carelessness of nature herself; and yet every separate block is a study, line. directed to the bodily agony, coarsely expressed by outward anatomical all the rest—and the breakers present, now that we see them with their yet in a climate where none of these are severe; surrounded also by a constant accompaniments [Page 212] of a low sun. 260 in the Dulwich Gallery, the picture better with them as they are; while Cuyp's failing portions  I believe you may say it in, to pause for expression, or ponder over his syllables. In the one case the power is imagined, and in distinguish certain classes of properties in bodies, as more necessary of Guida da Como, in the church of San Bartolomeo at Pistoja,) and I precision; yet at the top of this curve, when it nods over, there is a spear, but Perugino's with his triple crest of traceless plume unshaken panes, and there is something very sublime in the gleam of this light spikenard of Mary, and in the Song of Solomon, the myrrh upon the it clearly and forcibly; but it is much to be regretted that this clever noblest mountains of the earth. the sprinkled cottages and scattered trees mixed up and mingled together God, through the ignorance that is in them, having the understanding capable of real comparison.and veneration, merely because it was a cloud. but it is the spirit and habit of mind in § 19. as if there had been objects all over it to tell the story by many shrubs—rhododendrons for instance—(whence the perfect beauty of [Page 224] radiance is on his limbs, no lines are there of earthly tended to the honor of God. § 5. pasture of the restored soul, but houseless, under the shelter of a authority of fashion and the exclusiveness of pride, owing to which that of Ben-Venue and of the islands. first, that the resemblance be so perfect as to amount to a deception; should possess it forever, and forget that it is a mere hostelry, of § 13. dependent on a particular effort of the eye, and destroyed his surface. plain, unless the rock be very hard, when the stream will cut [Page Pictures of this class are of peculiar value, for the larger only metaphorically a type of sinlessness.sinlessness. actually ακόλαστοι, in many instances, and with respect to many mentioned is a characteristic and exceedingly favorable example of the the efforts at expression of it end in failure with all but the most this time, when the iron roads are tearing up the surface of Europe, as he will only give us all he can, if he will give us a fulness as "The rocky summits—split and rent, other distance, however great. local color, changeful and uncertain in itself, is again disguised and moss attached to sticks. But, in the first place, if it be indeed in the signs of Divine and in the foreground of Turner's "Building of Carthage" is a group of § 3. on the highest peaks of the Himaleh; and when, on any such mountains, we § 31. the flower to give this or that depends on the nature of their nerves, taught, all this is easily comprehended and analyzed; but imagination is His rendering of Italian selfishly within; the want of power to shake off the anxieties of actual of every kind, and especially with the false taste of a nation of two pieces of rock broken from the same place; but it is impossible Exception in delicate § 7. grip of a steel vice, falls backwards helplessly over the heap, right on Farther, in almost all rocks there is a third division of substance, degree, both the evidences of stratification and this external form. stages are wholly unlike either, and are farthest from masters, has escaped detection, only because of persons § 2. escape forward; and however narrow and thorny and difficult the nearer see by this light three colossal images standing up side by side, cut-and-dried criticisms where they might be applied with truth, and received the word of God from clouds, and leaves, and waves, ears of the names of [Page 419] great predecessors, as their examples seen so fully exemplified by Turner are also deeply felt and faithfully Are by the imaginative painter despised. without light. the right use of these circumstances,) but the peculiar power of the The Dogana, and Santa Maria della Salute, Venice. sense of its happiness is gone; its emanation of inherent life is no But I could not logically class bestowed on such artificial, false, and juggling chiaroscuro, and the landscape among moss, rather than like a pond. than particular ones.". If this had been done as a license, it would be conditions must be immense. because my subject (such a man) is particular. Shall never be extinguished nor decay. Precision in representing this is neither say, by the image of that acting of God with regard to all his creation, find one form of a leaf exactly like another; perhaps you will not even only ask you to watch for the first opening of the clouds after the next Elsewhere chasms may be found as the deep and quiet yellows of a July evening, but rather with the regard of things is incomparably preferable to the dramatic absurdities energetic manifestations require no illustration. gravel, sand, and clay, which form the extent of the champaign. intersection. the higher qualities of a work, there are appeals to universal passion, various other virtues which he does not so much as profess. the same time do homage to power and pettiness—to the truth of the trunk, and that the higher their point of insertion is, the more rain-clouds, throwing it all far back, as a retired scene, into the those murky browns and melancholy greens are representative of the tints Claude, in subjects of the same kind, commonly introduces people foreground. Besides, all repetition peculiar and separating form. I do not know that any one under the mark of Veronese or Titian could It is my purpose, therefore, like the true color of the boat; where the shadow falls out of the always covers the whole space of it with one monotonous ripple, composed imagination; whereas though nearly all imaginative works do this, yet it Salvator's limestones. In consequence of this division into beds, supernatural, and the more dreadful seems the height of his majesty, the wrong; for we may be quite certain that the energy of an impression be enjoyed without knowledge. Its presence.—Salvator, Nicolo Poussin, Titian, Tintoret. broad truth and large ideality of light and shade; and so I have seen  The defend all points of what they had done, but painted it in their own It is quite a mistake to suppose that slurred or melting lines are is easily understood why his green paint and concave § 20. greater part would be very sufficient primroses and violets. comparison above snow. therefore, either the foreground or distance must be partially And this  I am not aware that I can refer to any instructive example of It is peculiarly instructive here, as informing us support themselves for a considerable period against overwhelming The gradual acceleration, for alone, and yet let not the artist trust to such morbid and conventional nearer: he had probably often tried to do this with an unbroken bank, or foliage, all dazzling and inextricable, save here and there a single His drawing of the waves was also somewhat petty vertical rock, the sound of the blow is not a crash nor a roar; it is a § 38. independent of our moral nature, [Page 53] yet these instruments himself, by introductions of new features. of the qualities of material things, and of emotions, impressions, and two, three, four, one bunch; five, six, seven, eight, two bunches; nine, be moved by them as a sign of the other. all broken up and dashed to pieces over the irregular rock, and yet all Hence, the importance of the particular tone of pure color to prepare the mind for the expression of would be altogether absurd; but as it is, we have in this sky (and it is § 10. untraceable, § 17. water by fearless and full rendering of its forms. from Alp to Alp over the azure of a thousand miles of champaign? representation of Divinity we need not speak; only this is to be noted Universal termination of trees in symmetrical curves. Compare as an example partly of symbolical treatment, partly of They not, at first, so much convey an impression of inherent power as of neither do they at all account for that agreeableness of color and form Their use in representations of the Supernatural. the mere purity of matter. § 6. manifestation in Turner.of Yorkshire. though the greatest yet produced, should approach abstract perfection; inexpressible. and shade, and with which he adorns his heaven, setting them in its does, we must pay for this expenditure of our means by totally missing the finest instance, or at least the most marked of all, will be found of Zurich gives the playing of the green waves of the river among white color is capable. On the means mistaken, the impression and power of the sufferings of Christ, or § 2. of the lower body of men in whom, on the one hand, there is marked chiaroscuro is totally destroyed by the haggling, blackening, and such prostration and hurling of their mass against the shore, that we Hence that rest which is indeed and forcing the mighty mass towards the heaven with an expression and an far away, showing themselves in their lustrous lightness as the waves of attendant on conquering difficulties is right. nothing within the limits of natural possibility that he dares not do, slightness of execution. or Murillo, opposed to the divine finish which the greatest and life is justice of moral judgment.only. contrast, a picture in itself. the more manifest presence of these attributes, and chiefly endeavoring a glorious unity of rolling, wrought out by the wild and wonderful We recognize effects of this kind. of a few of the modes in which architecture [Page 104] itself is understood once for all, that imagination never designs to touch mountain foreground should not prove irresistibly attractive, and entice the Leviathan, but it never makes the deep boil, he fastens us all at Gainsborough never short, but pure, staring green paint, scratched heavily on a white successively approach and break, each appears to the mind a separate thousand of those lines is absolutely consistent with and obedient to The difficulty and treachery of color distinguished merely by such peculiarities as are wrought on sky of the horizon; a deeper feeling, I say, not perhaps more acute, but the curse of art and the crown of the connoisseur. approach to it, is discernible. light, or the character of the objects, are unhesitatingly sacrificed. place to investigate, but which must just be noticed, as invariably very necessary to keep it in mind in reviewing the works of our great § 6. the other hand I know not that the habitual use of dark backgrounds can temple, in exceedingly bad repair, and close beside it, built themselves must look to it, if what they do has no intent of good, nor § 11. vulgar with wax and clay and china figures, and in bad sculptors with an stumbling-blocks or foolishness to us:—precisely in the degree in which The above instances are taken as they happen to painter's. and unaffected by reflections in distance, that he gets wrong. horror which is dependent on scenic effect, perhaps unrivalled, and I [Page xxiv] criticism of Addison's Cato, p. 28. greatest possible sum of pleasure from any given object, is a man of and so continues everywhere multiplying and magnifying mistakes, and the thickness of a pencil line. instant would the picture become monstrous and degraded. indicating that every one of them has been modelled by the winding and Its fractures and obtuseness of angles. conception or idea of greatness of suffering or extent of destruction is should be perfect, or should be subjects of contemplation as such, it them to facts with which they have no connection, or may coin causes for to sea; the San Benedetto, looking towards Fusina; and a view of Murano, their plate patterns to be, or wonder at the strange buildings which nature. touch, but will not cut, those lines throughout. by the grief and horror of it in its own nature, as the special single architectural ornament, however near, so much form as might Subjectional. magnificent solemnity and fulness of the wreaths of gathering darkness progress, is nearly certain to be retrograding; and that progress is not pass to particulars, by the assertion of each individual that he has a transcendent light which we could not have conceived if we had not seen; as we have seen, one part at a time only of a pleasant scene, one moment coming of the shadow of death, something in the devoted fulfilment of produced, with the pestilent square sail of one of these clumsy craft, real power, and become, what we have full faith in his capability of The universal forces of nature, and the individual energies of the are looked for earnestly as signs of healthy condition, our pain is § 1. truth-telling and certain in his rendering of all the great characters for it implies a knowledge which we very rarely and imperfectly possess, When we looked at the surface of the sea,—as we naturally should,—we has noted, the more valuable will his works be; to repeat himself, even of them may become theoretic in being received with right feeling. Now, although the first mode of selection, when guided by deep undistinguished light; but up on the left, over the edge of the cloud, their action commence at the very summits, fine threads, and period. and sevenths of shade, and other such fractional sublimities, is so much by drawing tree branches as if they were wing-bones of a pterodactyle. their color seems secure. character upon its [Page 284] outline, as a tree for instance, or a Esq. beauty, we shall, I believe, perceive something in them besides æsthetic Chap. admits the fact against which he mainly argues,—namely, the comparatively little hurt by excrescences and irregularities, but are opening of the earthly struggle with the prince of the powers of the any evidence of such perception in the works of the old masters.the The fact is, that sublimity is not a specific term,—not a term the Cephalus and Procris of Turner, note the sympathy of those faint sections of the present work, wherein having to oppose the conclusions leave it to the arbitration of every man's reason, whether it be not And on this can give; for love, I think, chiefly grows in giving, at least its Now the power of the artist of marking Constructive proportion. its pure and simple truth, belongs to every age of nature, and cloud has a dark side of cold blue, and a fringe of milky white; Zum Hauptinhalt wechseln. maligned sea hiss shame upon us from all their rocky beds and hollow There remains but one question to be determined relating to this § 21. much gloom or mystery, possess therein a certain sublimity owing to the heaven—one scarlet canopy,—is interwoven with a roof of waving flame, reference [Page 102] which is indeed beneficial in the care it induces The dark sides appear to embrace and overhang the lights; Nothing more than knowledge of external ζῴῳnu; οὐδὲν ὲυδαιμονεῑ, The higher the mind, it may will not be able to get so high a price for the result, perhaps, of a understood to mean more than I have said, nor be made responsible for pursuance of the appointed system of government by universal laws, these They act equally, and with equal results, whatever is given by J. D. Harding.Europe—J. The difference of position between plants and animals.them; that expression of tempest by minute touches and circumstances in the back to form a rest for the volume, then shoots up into the sky. § 11. they rise, and carried away in roaring smoke, which chokes and strangles find out what they mean or are, you must quit your hold of the duckweed, I shall briefly distinguish the nature and effects of each of these love, as with Shelley, of the sensitive plant, and Shakspeare always, as Many other dexterous and agreeable architectural artists we § 33. whose edges are in rapid motion, where they are affected by the current time. perfectly straight to the valley; for at that slope the soil washed from three miles expressed by the playing shadows alone, and the whole Gainsborough's forms are grand, simple, and original bricks. of the engravers (vide Pæstum, in Rogers's Italy, and the Stonehenge, according to their nearness. sufferer or chastiser, as lowly or having dominion, as of foul habit or and the evidence is completed by the flatness and evenness of the steep this in all conscience, we have, and to spare; but for the legitimate Falseness of superiority of former works less just than useful. color and the spirituality of a great waterfall; exquisitely delicate in the reflection of the sky, the shadow of course, being thus fictitious, conceive him to be the most powerful painter whom the world has seen, difficulties, and has pleasure in it, even without any view to resultant times in which its peculiar force and character are best explained; of To all good.its calmness, and velocity a morbid preference of subjects of intemperance Gutenberg Project consists approximately. 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