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Our Summer Migrants: An Account of the Migratory Birds which Pass the Summer ... - Página 334
por James Edmund Harting - 1877 - 336 páginas
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London Society, Volume 35

1879
...that he resided at Petworth, in Sussex. 'The scenery,' writes Mr. Ruskin in his Modern, Painters, ' whose influence I can trace most definitely throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire ; and its rounded hills, far winding rivers, and broken limestone scars seem to have formed...
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Excursion ... Programme & Arrangements

Yorkshire Archaeological Society - 1883
...made a great impression on his mind, and Mr. Ruskin has the following remarks in " Modern Painters :" "The scenery whose influence I can trace most definitely...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire. . . . His first conceptions of mountain scenery seem to have been taken from Yorkshire,...
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Fortunes Made in Business: A Series of Original Sketches ..., Volume 1

1884
...to this Wharfedale scenery and its effect upon Turner, Mr. Euskin writes, in his Modern Painters : " The scenery whose influence I can trace most definitely...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire ; and its rounded hills, far winding rivers, and broken limestone scars seem to have formed...
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Fortunes made in business, a series of original sketches, by various writers ...

Fortunes - 1884
...to this Wharfedale scenery and its effect upon Turner, Mr. Euskin writes, in his Modern Painters : "The scenery whose influence I can trace most definitely...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire; and its rounded hills, far winding rivers, and broken limestone scars seem to have formed...
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Works, Volume 1

John Ruskin - 1887
...reviewing the works of our great modern landscape painter. I do not know in what district of England Turner first or longest studied, but the scenery whose influence...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire. Of all his drawings, I- think, those 539. Its peculiar ., ., 17-11- • in , , , . manifestation...
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pt. 1. Of general principles. pt. 2. Of truth

John Ruskin - 1888
...reviewing the works of our great modern landscape painter. I do not know in what district of England Turner first or longest studied, but the scenery whose influence...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire. Of all his drawings, I think, those |89. Itspecullar , , v , , . ,.6 manifestation in of...
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Yorkshire Notes and Queries, Volumes 1-2

1888
...the most striking juxtaposition. . . . Mr. Ruskin says, and we cannot quote a higher authority, — ' The scenery, whose influence I can trace most definitely...throughout his Works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire.' " — Thornbury' s Life of Turner. on a Ikmurhubk Cireumstanee CONNECTED WITH BRETTON HALL,...
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Volume 20

John Ruskin - 1891
...reviewing the works of our great modern landscape painter. I do not know in what district of England Turner first or longest studied, but the scenery whose influence I can trace most definitely throughout his . • , i ,1'1 8 39. Its peculiar works, varied as they are, is that 01 Jtork- manifestation in Turner....
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Of general principles and of truth

John Ruskin - 1894
...great modern landscape painter. I do not know in what district of England Turner first or VOL. I.— 13 longest studied, but the scenery whose influence I...throughout his works, varied as they are, is that of Yorkshire. Of all his drawings, I think, those of the Yorkshire series have the most heart in them,...
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Upper Wharfedale: Being a Complete Account of the History, Antiquities and ...

Harry Speight - 1900 - 518 páginas
...description that inspired JMW Turner, the prince of landscape painters, with the capabilities of his art. " The scenery whose influence I can trace most definitely throughout his works," writes Mr. Ruskin, "is that of Yorkshire. His first conceptions of mountain scenery seem to have been...
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