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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • artistic ideal. Rather was it a question of calling forth those
    • bring forth really plastic works of art. We know from earlier
    • things, comes forth with all intensity in Francis of Assisi, who,
    • came forth entirely from that kind of outer world which Roman
    • forth. To begin with, his whole attention was turned to outer
    • thought unthinkable in former times, comes forth in Francis of
    • St. Francis, the religious genius, bringing forth out of a
    • bringing forth out of his heart his inner connection with the
    • the times from which Cimabue still rayed forth, when men's
    • power going forth from the Church dignitaries, poured out into
    • would, indeed, bring into them. We see it raying forth from every
    • Henceforth the Last
    • Human which appeared in the other realistic stream, came forth
    • Henceforth, man's vision was impelled more and more to an outward
    • features, and upon all that comes forth outwardly in the
    • as a whole, and bring him forth to perfection in his drawing. He
    • so forth, we cannot really call this a 'composition'; for in man
    • Angelico. This impulse once again rays forth into the world; we
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture II: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael
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    • had assumed at the time when these artists blossomed forth. You need
    • we find the three great masters of the Renaissance were striving forth
    • all that came forth since then — nay, much that is still destined
    • to come forth, — that one is Leonardo. The soul of Leonardo was
    • the world which only came forth in the succeeding centuries. He had
    • the greatness which it undoubtedly breathed forth, as it proceeded from
    • connection between the earthly and the spiritual realms, and so forth.
    • want it to assume the form which afterwards came forth in the Reformation.
    • Raphael grew forth. Consider the creations of these artists — the
    • strong characteristic features, as against what had come forth in earlier
    • the positions of the bones and so forth.
    • It might have come forth at any time; one feels it is almost by chance
    • forth out of an elemental life; you will divine many things which we
    • it fully. Michelangelo wrestled to bring forth, to express out of the
    • the time itself, into which all that came forth from his inner impulses
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture III: Dürer and Holbein
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    • too, spring forth from deeper manifestations which lie hidden, in a
    • and not contemplative vision. This imagination, working forth from
    • way, causing the letters, as it were, to blossom forth into
    • there blossomed forth something that was afterwards no longer there
    • unable to come forth, being overwhelmed by the other. Yet it lived
    • shade, glistening forth out of the weaving and willing of the light
    • feeling blossomed forth in the creations of Walther von der
    • within, but the forming of the figures is also called forth by the
    • expresses this in a wellnigh extreme way; he seeks to draw it forth
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture V: Rembrandt
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    • As the plants grow forth
    • do the phenomena of history grow from cut a common soil, conjured forth
    • forth the unique creations of his genius out of the very essence of
    • — that he looked not for the color which wells forth from within
    • how the play of light and dark brings forth its remarkable plastic painting
    • richer in soul-content than before. Henceforth it is no longer merely
    • Rembrandt, the man of genius — henceforth it is no longer merely
    • Rembrandt, the man of genius — henceforth it is Rembrandt deepened
    • mighty personality, lighting forth in the seventeenth century.
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VI: Dutch and Flemish Painting
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    • bring forth, out of the depths of human evolution, all that is connected
    • Thus there comes forth
    • forth as described when dealing with Rembrandt, for example. Something
    • — outward. Instead of seeing the Spirit, as it were, put forth
    • conjured forth to the surface of the body in a tender and thoughtful way.
    • and blossoms forth until the time when the whole thing is eclipsed,
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VII: Representations of the Nativity
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    • springing forth, as it were, with Jesus, out of the earthly evolution,
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VIII: Raphael and the Northern Artists
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    • wish to repeat what has already been set forth. Today we are able to
    • boundary of times, often bring forth their very highest.
    • proportion? And so forth ... A magic breath is poured out over it
    • his pictures are pervaded by all that blossomed forth in the free life
    • how the lines should go, and so forth. All this that we see at its loftiest
    • in the composition, how the single figures should be placed, and so forth.
    • imported from the South (for these they did not want) and bringing forth
    • surface, but working forth from the flat surface with the help of light,
    • gifts of the German nature came forth in the realms of Art. They did
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IX:
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    • work its way forth in the overcoming of these hindrances. We have to
    • we must start from such ideas as we have just set forth. In this respect
    • movement of the limbs, the flow of the drapery and so forth, should
    • of Greek Art which lighted forth in Winckelmann or in Goethe.
    • element of what I have been setting forth today. We see the priest,
    • deeply into the Antique and brought it forth again, in a time when men



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