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" I have made many grand designs ; I have formed a system of original subjects, moral and my own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these plans,... "
Dictionary of Painters and Engravers: Biographical and Critical - Стр. 403
авторы: Michael Bryan - 1889
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and Architects, Том 5

Allan Cunningham - 1832
...own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind." These were the words of Komney in March, 1794, but they apply to all periods of his life — he was...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...own—and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of—but nobody knows it.—Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement, and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind." This letter bears evidence of that morbidness of feeling which Hayley attributed to Romney, and which...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors, Том 4

Allan Cunningham - 1834
...own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these plans, as I begin to feel 1 cannot bear trouble of any kind." These were the words of Romney in March, 1794, but they apply to...
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Once a week, an illustrated miscellany of literature, art, science ..., Том 4

1867
...my own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of ; but nobody knows it, Hence, it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind." He quits his house in Cavendish Square and becomes the purchaser of a retreat at Holly Bash Hill, Hampstead,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Том 66

1868
...own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind." These were the words of Romney in March, 1794, but they apply to all periods of his life — he was...
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DNB

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1897
...think one of' the grandest that has ever been Romney 198 thought of, but nobody knows. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement, and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind.' To Hayley he wrote : ' I have ideas of them all, and I may say sketches; but, alas ! I cannot give...
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George Romney

George Paston - 1903 - Страниц: 213
...and, I think, one of the grandest that has ever been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind." 1 Son of Jeremiah Meyer, the miniature painter. 2 This was engraved for the frontispiece of the second...
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Masters in Art: A Series of Illustrated Monographs, Том 4

1903
...my own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of; but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these plans, as I begin to feel that I cannot bear trouble of any kind." He left his house in Cavendish Square and became the purchaser...
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Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers, Том 4

Michael Bryan - 1904
...my own, and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of —but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement and pursue these...rapidly, both in mind and body. He gave up painting, and in the summer of 1799 he set out for Kendal. His wife tended him till his death with the greatest devotion....
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George Romney

Arthur Bensley Chamberlain - 1910 - Страниц: 418
...own — and I think one of the grandest that has been thought of — but nobody knows it. Hence it is my view to wrap myself in retirement, and pursue these...begin to feel I cannot bear trouble of any kind.' According to the same biographer, Romney ' was naturally of a placid and easy disposition, and it was...
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