The Essentials of Aesthetics in Music, Poetry, Painting, Sculpture and Architecture

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ILLUSTRATIONS.
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1. THE DESCENT FROM THE CROSS , BY RUBENS Frontispiece From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 169, 193, 260, 279, 284, 290, 305.
2. EFFECTS OF DISTANCE ON MAGNITUDE, LIGHT, CONTRAST, AND DETAIL3 From J. W. Stimson "Principles and Methods of Art-Education". Mentioned on pages 86, 88, 89, 90, 92, 93, 94, 218, 262, 300, 315, 381.
3. LIGHT AND SHADE, BY WALTER CRANE19 From Cassell Magazine of Art. Mentioned on pages 89, 224.
4. POLLICE VERSO , BY GÉRôME41 From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 89, 191, 218, 279, 284, 290, 291, 300, 302.
5. LEAVING FOR WORK , BY J. F. MILLET61 From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 89, 90, 95, 97, 190.
6. THE GIRLHOOD OF THE VIRGIN MARY , BY ROSSETTI71 From a photograph. Mentioned on page 90.
7. A STORM , BY J. F. MILLET91 From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 90, 94, 120, 190, 279.
8. TOMB OF GIULIANO DE' MEDICI , BY MICHAEL ANGELO96 From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 95, 97, 224, 284, 295, 302.
9. THE SOLDIER'S RETURN. RELIEF ON MONUMENT NEAR BINGEN97 From a photograph. Mentioned on pages 97, 225, 242, 279, 284.
10. EPITOMISED STORY OF ISAAC, JACOB, AND ESAU, RELIEF FROM BAPTISTRY AT FLORENCE98 From a photograph of engraving. Mentioned on pages 97, 225.
11. CAVE OF ELEPHANTA, INDIA99 From a sketch in water-colour. Mentioned on page 97.
12. CHIEFS' HOUSES, KEREPUNA, AUSTRALIA100 From Cassell's "Picturesque Australia." Mentioned on page 99.
13. PHOTOGRAPHIC EFFECT OF CURVED PLATFORM AND COLUMN OF PARTHENON101 From The Architectural Record. Mentioned on page 102.
14. OPTICAL ILLUSIONS CAUSED BY LINES ARRANGED AS IN PEDIMENTS102 From the same. Mentioned on pages 102, 103.

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