The International Studio, Band 62

Charles Holme, Guy Eglington, Peyton Boswell, William Bernard McCormick, Henry James Whigham
Offices of the International Studio, 1917

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Seite lxxviii - December 28th, 1924, a meeting for the purpose of organizing a linguistic society was held in the American Museum of Natural History, 77th Street and Central Park West, New York City...
Seite lxvi - It is simply the power they have of seeing more than we see and of enabling us, by their expressions, to penetrate further into reality ourselves.
Seite 82 - The Practical Book of Early American Arts and Crafts By HAROLD DONALDSON EBERLEIN and ABBOT McCLURE. Profusely illustrated. Colored frontispiece.
Seite lxvi - It seems as if a great movement were in progress, sweeping us along in its course. To exist is to be alive, to be borne along in the living stream, as it were on the breast of a wave. The actual present now in which all existence is gathered up is this movement accomplishing itself. The past is gathered into it, exists in it, is carried along in it, as it presses forward into the future, which is continually and without intermission becoming actual.
Seite 41 - Its intention is to present good standards in styles applicable to many fields of work, together with brief instructions regarding the drawing of letters.
Seite iii - The destruction caused by war, the wide areas of devastation, the vast mechanical agencies essential in war, both for transport and the offensive, the masses of supplies required, and the wonderful cheerfulness and indomitable courage of the soldiers under varying climatic conditions, are worthy subjects for the artist who aims at recording for all time the spirit of the age in which he has lived.
Seite xxx - Dynasty, who quoted the dictum of the ancient sages "that a poem is a painting without visible shape and a painting is poetry put into form.
Seite lxvi - What is it that we call genius in great painters and poets and musicians ? It is the power they have of seeing more than we see, and of enabling us by their expression to penetrate further into reality. What they see is there to be seen, but only they see it because they are gifted with a higher power than we. What is the more that is revealed to them ? It is not scientific truth, nor is it technical skill, for this is a consequence, not a cause of genius. It is the power to enter by sympathy into...
Seite 157 - ... described In extravagant detail : The Government are offering prizes, amounting in all to not less than £500 (in proportions to be subsequently decided) for a limited number of the most successful models for a small memorial plaque in bronze to be given to the next of kin of those members of His Majesty's naval and military forces who have fallen in the war. The plaque must have an area of as near as possible 1 8 square inches. 1 1 may be a circle of 4 J inches in diameter, or a square of 44...

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