1 edition of William Hogarth"s translation of Watelet on grace. found in the catalog.
William Hogarth"s translation of Watelet on grace.
|Contributions||Hogarth, William, 1697-1764., Watelet, Claude-Henri, 1718-1786.|
|LC Classifications||ND497.H7 W55 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|LC Control Number||84116085|
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↑ William Hogarth, who had written his own Analysis of Beauty intranslated Watelet's essay on Grace; the manuscript, never published in Hogarth's lifetime, is at the University of Illinois.
(John A. Dussinger, "William Hogarth's Translation of Watelet on 'Grace'" The Burlington Magazine No. (November ), pp. ). William Hogarth - - Printed by W. Strahan, for Mrs. Hogarth. William Hogarth's Translation of Watelet on Grace.
William Hogarth & Claude-Henri Watelet -. FONTES 52 contains a searchable electronic full text of the first edition of William Hogarth’s "Analysis of Beauty" (London ). This book represents Hogarth’s most important and most complete art theoretical statement. In this work Hogarth attempts to give the concept of beauty a new and more exact definition – to explain why objects are beautful, and thereby to provide a.
Portrait of Watelet by Jean Baptiste Greuze, ca –65 Claude Henri Watelet (28 AugustParis – 12 January ) was a rich French fermier général who was an amateur painter, a well respected etcher, a writer on the arts and a connoisseur.
The English translation comes from John A. Dussinger, William Hogarth's Translation of Watelet's On Grace (Signature Press: Chicago, IL, ), n.p. The original French reads ‘la naïveté, la curiosité ingénue, le desir de plaire, la joie spontanée, le regret, les plaintes et les larmes mêmes qu'occaisonne la perte d'un objet chéri.
found: William Hogarth's translation of Watelet on grace, t.p. (in title: Watelet) p. 1 (Claude-Henri Watelet) found: LC data base, (hdg.: Watelet, Claude Henri, ). The Analysis of Beauty by William Hogarth originated from a challenge and a provocation.
Inthe English painter published a self-portrait on the title page of a collection of etchings. He also placed, at the bottom, a palette with an elegant and unusual line drawn on it, defined without any further explanation as "The Line of Beauty and Grace" (fig.
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William Hogarth's Translation of Watelet on 'Grace' Created Date: Z. 3 c o n t e n t s introduction: 4 “to see with our own eyes”: hogarth between native empiricism and a theory of ‘beauty in form’ the full text of the analysis of beauty 18 note to the text the analysis: editions and translations william hogarth – biographical note literature about hogarth illustrations William Hogarth FRSA (/ˈhoʊɡɑːrθ/; 10 November – 26 October ) was an English painter, printmaker, pictorial satirist, social critic, and editorial cartoonist.
His work ranged from realistic portraiture to comic strip-like series of pictures called "modern moral subjects", perhaps best known being his moral series A Harlot's.William Hogarth's "The Times" (Plates One and Two) were created two years before his death, These engravings contain some of his most pessimistic imagery upon the political machinations and corruptions of the day.
"The Times", Plate Two, in fact was suppressed by William Hogarth, and then his widow, and was not published until when John.