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" The masterpiece should appear as the flower to the painter — perfect in its bud as in its bloom — with no reason to explain its presence — no mission to fulfil — a joy to the artist — a delusion to the philanthropist — a puzzle to the botanist... "
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies: As Pleasingly Exemplified in Many ... - Seite 114
von James McNeill Whistler - 1904 - 340 Seiten
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TIME: MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF CURERENT TOPICS, LITERATURE & ART

M. ABDY-WILLIAMS - 1885
...Mr. Whistler's maxim that the masterpiece should be its own justification, irrespective of having any mission to fulfil ; " a joy to the artist, a delusion...of sentiment and alliteration to the literary man." But as balance, as a wise set-off to this statement, — a maxim so easily open to abuse, — may be...
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Time, Band 1;Band 12

Edmund Hodgson Yates, Mrs. Ellen Mary (Abdy-Williams) Whishaw, Walter Sydney Sichel, Ernest Belfort Bax - 1885
...Mr. Whistler's maxim that the masterpiece should be its own justification, irrespective of having any mission to fulfil ; " a joy to the artist, a delusion...of sentiment and alliteration to the literary man." But as balance, as a wise set-off to this statement, — a maxim so easily open to abuse, — may be...
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A Delsartean Scrap-book: Health, Personality, Beauty, House-decoration ...

1891 - 250 Seiten
...them, and always has spanned, and shall forever span them, and compactly hold them.— Waft Whitman. " The masterpiece should appear as the flower to the...sentiment and alliteration to the literary man."— Whistler. CHAPTER XXIII. THE PEACOCK DINING-KOOM. Foreign palaces and American homes — How houses...
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The Americana: a universal reference library, comprising the arts ..., Band 20

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1911
...London 20 Feb. 1885. One of the propositions was that a painting had "no mission to fulfil," but was a "joy to the artist, a delusion to the philanthropist, a puzzle to the botanist . . . ." Critics he thought a herd of ignoramuses ; but they had their utility — "they keep one always...
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James McNeill Whistler

N. D'Anvers - 1904 - 72 Seiten
...master recks not of the sweat of the brow, suggests no effort, and is finished from its beginning — perfect in its bud as in its bloom, with no reason to explain its presence, no mission to fulfil." Gazing straight out at the spectator, the artist would appear, not as must really have been the case,...
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James McNeill Whistler

Hans Wolfgang Singer - 1905 - 83 Seiten
...and foolishness. " ' There is one that laboureth, and taketh pains, and maketh haste, and is so much more behind.' " The masterpiece should appear as the...of sentiment and alliteration to the literary man." * These sentences, too, have become part of the gospel of the newer art criticism. The letter that...
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Appleton's Magazine, Band 5

1905
...teaching came with Whistler as leader and spokesman. He would have no "mission" in his paintings, saying: "The masterpiece should appear as the flower to the...with no reason to explain its presence, no mission to fulfill, a joy to the artist, a delusion to the philanthropist, a puzzle to the botanist, an accident...
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Camera Craft, Band 15

1908
...mount can more grievously wrong a print than anything short of absolute slovenliness can possibly do. The masterpiece should appear as the flower to the...no reason to explain its presence — no mission to fulfill — a joy to the artist — a delusion to the philanthropist — a puzzle to the botanist —...
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The Whistler Book: A Monograph of the Life and Position in Art of James ...

Sadakichi Hartmann - 1910 - 272 Seiten
...labour was obliterated and the picture had become a masterpiece. " A masterpiece that would appear as a flower " to the painter — perfect in its bud as...puzzle to the botanist — an accident of sentiment to the literary man." This flatly contradicts the general idea rampant among painters that he furnished...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library, Comprising the Arts ..., Band 22

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1912
...London 20 Feb. 1885. One of the propositions was that a painting had "no mission to fulfil," but was a "joy to the artist, a delusion to the philanthropist, a puzzle to the botanist . . . ." Critics he thought a herd of ignoramuses; but they had their utility — "they keep one always...
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