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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • begin with in the West, we can find no immediate historic
    • our way into what comes before us in Cimabue's work, we find
    • this epoch, when Christianity was slowly finding its way into all
    • the very earliest times of Christian Art we find the figure of
    • rich imagination of the Greeks. We find the Redeemer Himself
    • entering into during that time, when we find Dante and Giotto
    • we find reflected still in Cimabue's paintings.
    • in his artistic work we find a feeling similar to that of St.
    • will no longer find the mere traditional expression, but you will
    • all earthly Nature finds expression most of all in this beautiful
    • shall find a strong element of Platonism in its whole way of
    • a feeling and conception of the world which also finds expression
    • soul finds living expression in them all. Here is essentially a
    • picture it was a life of the Spirit, finding a naturalistic
    • pictures. We shall find in him a synthesis of the varied
    • — a deep religious quality which tries to find expression
    • will find the earlier compositions flowing more out of a single
    • spiritual element finds its way into the soul of Raphael —
    • tradition. For in the legends of the Saint you will find all that
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture II: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael
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    • dies in 1519, Raphael in 1520, and Michelangelo in 1564. Here we find
    • with the Mystery of Golgotha, we find them still living in the souls
    • we find the three great masters of the Renaissance were striving forth
    • purpose; and though he entered well into all the life at Milan, we find
    • of man. You will find further explanations on these things in earlier
    • the God Dionysos. You will find indications on these matters in various
    • This other _stream we find expressed in the pictures in the Louvre,
    • Here we find the creation
    • you will find the fuller description of its relation to the prophetic.
    • find its realisation in the world, but must always be realised one-sidedly.
    • the details, you will find that in Raphael it is grasped more clearly
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture III: Dürer and Holbein
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    • back into the oldest time, we find that to begin with it makes no
    • find expression itself as in its own sign or token. Such is the
    • than elsewhere we find in the oldest extant medieval Art the
    • natural. In the oldest period of Christian culture we find the
    • finds expression in another sphere, in the Reformation, — a
    • individuality to all these things in the midst of which he finds
    • magical element which we find in the old Persian civilisation. For
    • Again and again you will find these motifs of conquered demons or
    • great) we find a nee effort to express what I called just now the
    • revolutionary impulse. He shows how the soul finds outward
    • find in this a far deeper meaning than if you set to work with
    • actual pictures of Faust and you would find a real connecting link.
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IV: Mid-European and Southern Art
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    • finds expression in the power of composition, and in features which
    • culture of the age finds expression in the characteristic works of
    • impulse of the soul, this impulse did not find its way into the
    • of the soul's life and its artistic power of expression. It finds
    • Christ till Dürer's time, and in other things as well, we find
    • interweaving of the light into the darkness, man finds an element
    • we find the distinguishing feature of the Northern as against the
    • and of the Mother of Christ. You will find a picture by him at
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture V: Rembrandt
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    • Eventually he went over to Catholicism. Thus, after all, he tried to find
    • emerging of a new age. We find, developing in Mid-Europe, the Latin
    • element in architecture and sculpture. We find the gradual penetration
    • names we cannot but find expressed in them something connected with the
    • lights up in the realm of Art for the first time in Dürer and finds
    • find himself portrayed in his full glory.
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VI: Dutch and Flemish Painting
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    • Spiritual Science, we should still find in this artistic evolution a
    • of drawing and painting, we find that the laws of Space, for example, have
    • the Third Post-Atlantean period, we find that this spatial treatment
    • things are really seen, we often find figures which are obviously to
    • thing you will frequently find in older times — I mean what we may
    • always find expression in external symptoms — in outwardly real
    • Northern Mid-European element, while composition, which gradually finds
    • figures with that peculiar treatment of space which we find in their
    • composition. If we went back still further, we should find the preceding
    • is Mary; that on the right is St. John. Here, then, we find ourselves
    • which we here find expressed. The Lamb is One, yet no one being is striking
    • traditions. In the former artist you will not easily find, for example,
    • grace is poured out over these figures, which you will not find to this
    • becomes more and more able to find, in the direct reproduction of Nature,
    • In his work we find a strong
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VII: Representations of the Nativity
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    • East — we always find a direct expression of the
    • this stream, which finds expression in St. Matthew's Gospel, was less
    • when they speak of that relation of the Earth to the Cosmos which finds
    • you still find a stronger adherence to ideal types, while here there
    • we find ourselves in the 13th century. We go on into the 15th and come
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VIII: Raphael and the Northern Artists
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    • ideas have been learned from the Art which finds its highest expression
    • still there, needless to say, even in his etheric body, and we find it
    • emancipated from the Physical. We find this threefoldness in manifold
    • so we find it here, in the full-grown Man related to the Child and the
    • post-Atlantean epoch and all that is connected with it, finds expression
    • one of the earliest appearances of this kind. Then we find many pictures
    • rich man, and finds him with his pile of money.
    • find it is confirmed, undoubtedly.
    • of spatial order into their pictures, and so they began to find their
    • how well-nigh impossible the artist finds it to escape from the flat
    • against the Southern tradition and tended to overcome it, and to find
    • The artist tries to find
    • while they simply cannot find their way into the traditions that come
    • for line perspective in this picture. You would find mistakes everywhere.
    • but you will find it in other works by Multscher belonging to the same
    • how all these things, which we find in the German Art, emerge already
    • Naturalism; but it can never find its culmination in Naturalism. For in
    • alive. We must only find the connection of what surges through these
    • more closely, will find still deeper connections. Think of the four
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IX:
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    • words the essence of Greek Art — tried to find their way back, to
    • life and movement of the etheric body. By this means the Greek could find
    • Thereafter we find a gradual
    • of the 5th century and find in such a shapes a tryly high degree of
    • Renaissance. In Niccola Pisano in the 13th century we find a wonderfully
    • certainly finds its way in. It is not the inner soul that we found in
    • to the different characters of the people, — we find this element
    • in the age when Humanity was trying to find the life of Art once more



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