Der Parthenon, المجلد 2

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Breitkopf und Härtel, 1871 - 370 من الصفحات
 

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الصفحة 178 - Es sieht so übermächtig und geisterartig aus als wenn es gegen die Natur gebildet wäre, und doch jener Beobachtung gemäß hat der Künstler eigentlich ein Urpferd geschaffen, mag er solches mit Augen gesehen oder im Geiste verfaßt haben; uns wenigstens scheint es im Sinne der höchsten Poesie und Wirklichkeit dargestellt zu sein.
الصفحة 86 - Diese beiden haben mich so ergriffen dass icli sagen muss, für mich ist es das «Höchste was ich je in der ganzen Kunst gesehen habe : sie sind wie auf Natur geformt, und doch habe ich nie das Glück gehabt solche Naturen zu sehen.
الصفحة 355 - ... general were going on while I was there. I had nothing to do with them myself, being at Athens quite as a private individual. Did it appear to create any sensation either among the principal persons or the inhabitants of Athens ?— No unpleasant sensation whatever ; they seemed rather to feel it as a means of bringing foreigners into the country, and of having money spent amongst them. Can you form any opinion of the danger of destruction to which those Marbles would have been exposed, if Lord...
الصفحة 91 - Eindruck nicht ersetzen , den der Anblick der zerstörten Akropolis gewährt. Denn hier steht alles mit einander im engsten Zusammenhange: hier ist vor allem die Natur, aus welcher diese Kunst hervorgewachsen ist. Der Parthenon schliesst sich in seiner Grundform wie in seinem Aufbau aufs engste dem Burgfelsen an, den er krönt. Von seinem Giebel schweift unwillkürlich der Blick zu dem Giebelfelde des pentelischen Berges, aus dessen KIttften das Material des Tempels gewonnen ward.
الصفحة 358 - Idols there ; and in moulding the ornamental sculpture, and visible figures thereon, in plaster or gypsum ; and in measuring the remains of other old ruined buildings there ; and in excavating, when they find it necessary, the foundations, in order to discover inscriptions which may have been covered in the rubbish ; that no interruption may be given them, nor any obstacle thrown in their way by the Disdar (or...
الصفحة 358 - ... may wish to design or copy, or in any of their works of fixing scaffolding, or using their various implements; It is our desire that on the arrival of this Letter you use your diligence to act conformably to the instances of the said Ambassador, as long as the said five Artists dwelling at Athens shall be employed in going in and out of the said citadel of Athens, which is the place of their occupations; or in fixing scaffolding around the ancient Temple of the Idols, or in modelling with chalk...
الصفحة 351 - The permission was to draw, model, and remove ; there was a apecilic permission to excavate in a particular place. Was the permission in writing? — It was, and addressed by the Porte to the local authorities, to whom I delivered it; and I have retained none of them. In a letter I addressed to Mr. Long in the year...
الصفحة 352 - Ilissus which had disappeared . . . every traveller coming, added to the general defacement of the statuary in his reach: there are now in London pieces broken off within our day. And the Turks have been continually defacing the heads; and in some instances they have actually acknowledged to me, that they have pounded down the statues to convert them into mortar. It was upon these suggestions and with these feelings, that I proceeded to remove as much of the sculpture as I conveniently could ; it...
الصفحة 345 - On both sides, and towards the door, is a kind of gallery, made with two ranks of pillars, twenty-two below, and twentythree above. The odd pillar is over the arch of the entrance, which was left for the passage.
الصفحة 358 - Ambassador, as long as the said five artists dwelling at Athens shall be employed in going in and out of the said citadel of Athens, which is the place of their occupations ; or in fixing scaffolding around the ancient Temple of the Idols, or in modelling with chalk or gypsum the said ornaments and visible figures thereon ; or in measuring the fragments and vestiges of other ruined edifices ; or in excavating, when they find it necessary, the foundations in search of inscriptions...

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