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" The whole building is constructed, so to speak, on a subjective rather than an objective basis; it is intended not to be mathematically accurate, but to be adapted to the eye of the spectator. To the eye a curve is a more pleasing form than a straight... "
Greek Refinements: Studies in Temperamental Architecture - الصفحة 95
بواسطة William Henry Goodyear - 1912 - عدد الصفحات: 227
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A Grammar of Greek Art

Percy Gardner - 1905 - عدد الصفحات: 267
...pillars are in some cases not upright, but sloping, that they do not taper regularly, and the like. The whole building is constructed, so to speak, on...accurate, but to be adapted to the eye of a spectator. FIG. 2. — Sloping lines of basis of Parthenon.1 To the eye a curve is a more pleasing form than a...
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The Parthenon

Vincent J. Bruno - 1996 - عدد الصفحات: 334
...it the most remarkable building in the world. ''' Referring to these refinements, it has been said: "The whole building is constructed, so to speak, on...mathematically accurate, but to be adapted to the eye of the spectator. To the eye a curve is a more pleasing form than a straight line, and the deviations...
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