Der Parthenon, المجلد 2

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Breitkopf und Härtel, 1871 - 370 من الصفحات
 

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الصفحة 356 - 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 341 - Marble, and his own statue joined with them, apparently show them to be of a later age than the first, and done by that Emperor's command. Within the portico on high, and on the outside of the cella of the temple itself, is another border of basso relievo round about it, or at least on the North and South sides, which, without doubt, is as antient as the temple, and of admirable work, but not so high a relievo as the other. Thereon are represented sacrifices, processions, and other ceremonies of...
الصفحة 349 - Did the permission specifically refer to removing statues, or was 1hat left to discretion ? — No ; it was executed by the means of those general permissions .granted ; in point of fact, permission issuing from the Porte for any of the distant provinces, is little better than an authority to make the best bargain you can with the local authorities. The permission was to draw, model, and remove ; there was a specific permission to excavate in a particular place. Was the permission in writing? —...
الصفحة 160 - 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 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 348 - ... particularly to Students, that which the actual representation by cast would more effectually give them. Upon that suggestion, I communicated very fully with my acquaintances in London. I mentioned it to Lord Grenville, Mr. Pitt, and Mr. Dundas, upon the idea that it was of such national importance as that the Government might be induced to take it up, not only to obtain the object, but also to obtain it by the means of the most able artists at that time in England. The answer of Government,...
الصفحة 356 - ... We therefore have written this Letter to you, and expedited it by Mr. Philip Hunt, an English gentleman, Secretary of the aforesaid Ambassador, in order that as soon as you shall have understood its meaning, namely, that it is the explicit desire and engagement of this Sublime XXVI Court en|dowed with all eminent qualities, to fa-vour such requests as the above-mentioned, in conformity with what is due to friendship, sin-cerity, alliance and good will subsisting ab antiquo...
الصفحة 336 - ... sept fort hautes et fort grosses colonnes cannelées qui « ne sont pas d'une seule pièce, mais de diverses grosses « pièces de beau marbre blanc, mises les unes sur les autres. « Entre ces beaux piliers, il ya le long de cette galerie « une petite muraille qui laisse entre chaque...
الصفحة 353 - ... these remains, except when in a fit of wanton destruction they sometimes carried their disregard so far as to do mischief by firing at them. The numerous travellers and admirers of the Arts committed greater waste, from a very different motive, for many of those who visited the Acropolis tempted the soldiers and other people about the fortress to bring them down heads, legs, or arms or whatever other pieces they could carry off.
الصفحة 356 - 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 among the rubbish; that they. be not molested by the said Disdar...

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