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Environmental Aesthetics

The Bloomsbury Companion to Aesthetics

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...The Scope of Environmental Aesthetics The past 50 years have witnessed the rise of a new branch of philosophical aesthetics: environmental aesthetics. This new field of study has emerged largely in reaction to aesthetics’ traditional focus...

Chapter V.

Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 3: Essays on the Picturesque, As Compared with the Sublime and the Beautiful I

Bloomsbury Academic, 1998

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...Or the three characters, two only are in any degree subject to the improver; to create the sublime is above our contracted powers, though we may sometimes heighten, and at all times lower its effects by art. It is, therefore, on a proper...

List Of The Places Referred To As Examples.

Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 6: The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture Of The Late Humphry Repton, Esq.

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...Abington HallCambridgeshireJohn Mortlock, Esq.AdlestropGloucestershireJ. H. Leigh, Esq.AntonyCornwallR. P. Carew, Esq. M.P.Ashton CourtSomersetshireSir Hugh Smyth, Bart.AstonCheshireHon. Mrs. Harvey AstonAttinghamShropshireRight Hon. Lord...

Lecture IV.

John Bascom

John Bascom was an educator, author and president of the University of Wisconsin from 1874 to 1887. He was born in Genoa, New York in 1827. He graduated from Williams College, Massachussetts with a B.A. in 1849 and an M.A. in 1852. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Aesthetics: Sources in the Nineteenth Century : Volume 3: Aesthetics, or The Science of Beauty

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...SECOND CONDITION OF BEAUTY, UNITY.—UNITY AND VARIETY EXPLAINED.—SUBLIMITY. —ABSOLUTE AND RELATIVE BEAUTY.Beauty is not a primary, direct quality of things. There are not certain things to the exclusion of others which have...

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Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 6: The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture Of The Late Humphry Repton, Esq.

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...My opinions on the general principles of Landscape Gardening have been diffused in separate manuscript volumes, as opportunities occurred of elucidating them in the course of my practice; and I have often indulged the hope of collecting...

Chapter XV.

Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 6: The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture Of The Late Humphry Repton, Esq.

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...Conclusion—Concerning Colour—New Theory of Colours and Shadows, by Dr. Milner—Application of the same—Harmony—Discord—Contrast—Difficulty of comparisons between Art and Nature.The Art of Painting has been usually treated under four distinct...

Lecture V.

John Bascom

John Bascom was an educator, author and president of the University of Wisconsin from 1874 to 1887. He was born in Genoa, New York in 1827. He graduated from Williams College, Massachussetts with a B.A. in 1849 and an M.A. in 1852. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Aesthetics: Sources in the Nineteenth Century : Volume 3: Aesthetics, or The Science of Beauty

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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...THIRD CONDITION OF BEAUTY, TRUTH. — IMITATIONS. — TRUTH — DEFINED. — CONNECTIONS OF NATURE AND ART. — THE IDEAL.A third characteristic of beauty is truth. This assertion, however, is only applicable to art, since nature is our standard...

Review of the Poem

Aesthetics and the Picturesque 1795–1840 : Volume 2: A Review of the Landscape

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...Introduction. THE LANDSCAPE appearing to have grown out of the Essay on the Picturesk, as will be shown in the Introduction to our Review of that work, much of which, the author of it tells us, was written some years ago ; we This number...

Chapter XII.

Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 6: The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture Of The Late Humphry Repton, Esq.

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...Architecture and Gardening inseparable—Some Inquiry into the Forms and Arrangements of different Eras—Situation and Arrangement of Michel Grove—Singular Character of the House—Change in Customs and Manners alters Uses of Rooms—An extended...

Chapter IV.

Aesthetics and The Picturesque 1795-1840 : Volume 6: The Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture Of The Late Humphry Repton, Esq.

Bloomsbury Academic, 2001

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...Of PLANTING for immediate and for future Effect—Clumps—Groups—Masses—New Mode of planting Wastes and Commons—the browsing Line described—Example Milton Abbey—Combination of Masses to produce great Woods—Example Coombe Lodge—Character...