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The Gentle Art of Making Enemies: As Pleasingly Exemplified in Many ... - Seite 32
von James McNeill Whistler - 1904 - 340 Seiten
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 201

1905
...holds neither brush nor chisel ? Out upon the shallow conceit ! What greater sarcasm can Mr. Buskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men...talking for forty years of what he has never done ? ' It will be seen that Whistler has shifted the point of controversy from the real battle-ground,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 246

1879
...upon himself than that he preaches to young men what he cannot perform ! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become the type...talking for forty years of what he has never done ! " Here I leave the two critics, for such they must now be counted, together by the ears, to supply...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 246

1879
...honesty to have it thus set down." Once more Mr. Whistler asks, " What greater sarcasm can Mr. Ruskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men...what he cannot perform ! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become the type of incompetence by talking for forty years of...
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Whistler V. Ruskin: Art & Art Critics

James McNeill Whistler - 1879 - 17 Seiten
...holds neither brush nor chisel ? Out upon the shallow conceit! What greater sarcasm can Mr. Ruskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men...what he cannot perform ! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become the type of Art and Art Critics. 17 incompetence by talking...
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The Æsthetic Movement in England

Walter Hamilton - 1882 - 127 Seiten
...upon himself than that he preaches to young men what he cannot perform ! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become the type...talking for forty years of what he has never done ! " There is much that is reasonable in this, and it is easy to call to mind a dozen instances in which...
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The æsthetic movement in England

Walter Hamilton - 1882 - 135 Seiten
...school of art, with a litterateur at its head, disturbs no one. What greater sarcasm can Mr. Buskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men...what he cannot perform ! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become tthe type of incompetence, by talking for forty years of...
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1891-1904

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...1878, St. George's Company, Atlantic Monthly, vol. 42, pp. 47, 48. What greater sarcasm can Mr. Ruskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men...university. As master of English literature, he has a ri^ht to his laurels, while, as the populariser of pictures he remains the Peter Parley of pah ting.—...
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The Painter's Eye: Notes and Essays on the Pictorial Arts

Henry James, John L. Sweeney - 1956 - 276 Seiten
...pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men what he cannot perform! Why, unsatisfied with his conscious power, should he choose to become the type...talking for forty years of what he has never done I' 1 And Mr. Whistler winds up by pronouncing Mr. Ruskin, of whose writings he has perused, I suspect,...
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Ezra Pound and the Visual Culture of Modernism

Rebecca Beasley - 2007 - 221 Seiten
...O'Clock' lecture, and one of his key complaints against Ruskin: 'what greater sarcasm can Mr. Ruskin pass upon himself than that he preaches to young men what he cannot perform!'88 Pound derides art criticism even while he is writing it, remarking that 'even as a boy...
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