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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture I: Cimabue, Giotto, and Other Italian Masters
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    • Christianity found its way into the West, the Roman
    • found Giotto as a shepherd-lad who used to draw on rocks and
    • life by the whole world in which he found himself through all
    • whether all the works which a well-founded tradition ascribes to
    • when the life that had found expression in pictures at that time,
    • the artists use them as a mere foundation. They take their start
    • Francis of Assisi, found artistic expression in Giotto.
    • how in Botticelli the same artistic impulse, which we found in
    • case something essentially spiritual found naturalistic
    • contrast to the Spirit which we found in Masaccio and
    • epoch the sacred legend merely provided a foundation for the
    • which is especially to be found in the pictures in the Campo
    • Nature, but in the faculty of Man, with all that he has found in
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture II: Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raphael
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    • Going down beneath the surface of the Earth, one found a subterranean
    • nevertheless, the legends themselves were founded upon fact, and there
    • All this is founded upon fact. And when he had to paint a Medusa he
    • even as it came to expression in the profound external changes which
    • because he understood it in its depths, in the forces that only found
    • it is, indeed, profoundly tragical to feel how a perfect good can never
    • working then: — how the artistic life sought and found its place
    • found their way. See how intimately there were interwoven human brutality
    • of Jesuitism which found its way into the political and religious stream
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture III: Dürer and Holbein
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    • indications of profound problems, which if we cannot master we do
    • afield as well, a Classical impulse found its way. The two impulses
    • found their vay into the evolution of these impulses? An Art which
    • it was intended to express some profound symbol. Dürer was concerned
    • in the Madonnas which we showed today will be found again in this
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IV: Mid-European and Southern Art
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    • always felt like a foreign body, still the Christian impulses found
    • Christianity into the soul found expression especially in the
    • of the 12th century, which has been found at Tegernsee in Bavaria,
    • architecture will be found to lie in this direction. The buildings
    • of the Passion had found its way into their lives by that time.
    • what infinite depths Christianity had found its may into the lives
    • its artistic perfection we see how deeply Christianity had found
    • sculptures which are found at Freiburg in Saxony, also dating from
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture V: Rembrandt
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    • He grows out of the broad foundations of the race. In his case it is far
    • German. Such was its title. I found the same atmosphere when I
    • interpolate this remark — found the book to some extent antipathetic.
    • book Rembrandt as an Educator. He found the conceptions and
    • — he was not yet profound; he could not yet reach into the depths
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VI: Dutch and Flemish Painting
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    • a profound truth — in the North oil-painting is discovered.
    • light. Thus in the profoundly Germanic brothers, Van Eyck, we have the
    • epoch, found its essential fountain-head in these regions. These painters
    • these regions that landscape-painting first developed and found its way
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VII: Representations of the Nativity
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  • Title: History of Art: Lecture VIII: Raphael and the Northern Artists
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    • of expression have been found by Raphael for one of the most mysterious
    • too, but very little has been preserved; most of it is to be found in the
  • Title: History of Art: Lecture IX:
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    • found that the manifold forms of Nature can be referred to certain typical
    • the Greek Athletics, were built on this foundation. Those who partook
    • it is interesting to see how the Greek Art found its way. Few of the
    • have come down to us; the underlying foundation which I described just
    • recumbent figure is a beautiful example of the figures that are found
    • of the Antique — the works of Art that had been found or excavated,
    • this age is founded on what is seen — the faithful representation of
    • certainly finds its way in. It is not the inner soul that we found in
    • works of Art which we found in the Netherlands and other Northern parts,



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