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company as believing in an Eternal life, and endeavour to draw any conclusions, from this assumed belief, as to their present business, they will forthwith tell you that what you say is very beautiful, but it is not practical. If, on the contrary, you frankly address them as unbelievers in Eternal life, and try to draw any consequences from that unbelief,--they immediately hold you for an accursed person, and shake off the dust from their feet at you. And the more I thought over what I had got

pretended that all, or even the greater number of, the principles necessary to the well-being of the art, are included in the inquiry. Many, however, of considerable importance will be found to develope themselves incidentally from those more specially brought forward.Graver apology is necessary for an apparently graver fault. It has been just said, that there is no branch of human work whose constant laws have not close analogy with those which govern every other mode of man's exertion. But,

f uraei and cartouches107. Wall-scene from temple of Denderah 108. Obelisk of Heliopolis, Twelfth Dynasty 109. Obelisk of Begig, Twelfth Dynasty 110. "Table of offerings" from Karnak 111. Limestone altar from Menshîyeh 112. Wooden naos, in Turin Museum 113. A mastaba 114. False door in mastaba 115. Plan of forecourt, mastaba of Kaäpir 116. Plan of forecourt, mastaba of Neferhotep 117. Door in mastaba façade 118. Portico and door of mastaba 119. Plan of chapel, mastaba of Khabiûsokari

Jasmine, Carolina Separation. Jasmine, Indian I attach myself to you. Jasmine, Spanish Sensuality. Jasmine, Yellow Grace and elegance. Jonquil I desire a return of affection. Judas Tree Unbelief. Betrayal. Juniper Succour. Protection. Justicia The perfection of female loveliness. [Illustration] Kennedia Mental Beauty. King-cups Desire of Riches. [Illustration] [Illustration] [Illustration] Laburnum Forsaken. Pensive Beauty. Lady's Slipper Capricious Beauty. Win me and wear me. Lagerstræmia,

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is because the finest natures remain young to the death: and for you the first thing you have to do in art (as in life) is to be quiet and firm--quiet, above everything; and modest, with this most essential modesty, that you must like the landscape you are going to draw better than you expect to like your drawing of it, however well it may succeed. If you would not rather have the real thing than your sketch of it, you are not in a right state of mind for sketching at all. If you only think of

way of defining Beauty which grounds it in general principles,while allowing it to reach the concrete case, is set forth inthe essay on the Nature of Beauty. The following chapters aimto expand, to test, and to confirm this central theory, byshowing, partly by the aid of the aforesaid special studies,how it accounts for our pleasure in pictures, music, andliterature.The whole field of beauty is thus brought under discussion;and therefore, though it nowhere seeks to be exhaustive intreatment,