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Excerpt from Manual of the Fine Arts, Critical and Historical: With an Introduction by D. Huntington
Anvuvners or m: Cums-nos or m: Fm: An'rs. - Propriety of culti vating the taste. - Health. - Addison. - Aﬂlnity between beauty and virtue. - Leg'islators of Greecef - Emblame - wordsworth-statue.-parables of the painter. - Enthusiasm. - Love of fame. - Sympathy. - Nature's lessons. Oﬂice of artist - Poetry the interpreter of nature. - Power of being indefi nitely multiplied. - Highest 011109 of poetry. - Close observation of nature. Moral advantages - Savage tribes. - Art a universal language. - Greece. Italy.
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