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... that softening influence of the fine arts which makes other people's hardships picturesque ...
... there is a lightness about the feminine mind--a touch and go--music, the fine arts, that kind of thing--they should study thos ...
Nature predominates over the human will in all works of even the fine arts, in all that respects their material and external circu ...
No performance is worth loss of geniality. 'Tis a cruel price we pay for certain fancy goods called fine arts and philosophy.
If you would learn to write, 't is in the street you must learn it. Both for the vehicle and for the aims of fine arts you must fr ...
The things which can make life enjoyable remain the same. They are, now as before, reading, music, fine arts, travel, the enjoymen ...
The division between the useful arts and the fine arts must not be understood in too absolute a manner. In the humblest work of th ...
What ails it, intrinsically, is a dearth of intellectual audacity and of aesthetic passion. Running through it, and characterizing ...
Those summer days which some of my contemporaries devoted to the fine arts in Boston or Rome, and others to contemplation in India ...
In this country, the village should in some respects take the place of the nobleman of Europe. It should be the patron of the fine ...
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