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download Trattato della pitturaI started to read this is book and is amazingI need to finish "to earn There s something about reading a book on painting by da "learn There s something about reading a book on painting by da that is so unbelievably awesome Though the book deals with painting the key theme can be understood broadly to be that if you want to master something earn the basics really well and from that everything will follow The book is filled with timeless uips and aphorisms such as1 a common fault in painters to delight in the imitation of themselves2 The young painter must in the first instance accustom his ha I m reading a version which has some notes from Da Vinci uite The Never-Ending Present: The Story of Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip & literally shitting on poets and other kinds of artists other that painters Very interesting to read but also very infuriatingol Artists this is a precise highly mathematic book must be read and highly mathematic book Must be read and slowly as Davinci has observed the world around him with painstaking care In Chapter 74 for instance I ve no doubt he made a model walk against wind currents for hours and just took notes Curious about how many cadavers he had access to as his knowledge on subcutaneous tissues is massive Most revealingly he credits all artistic genius not to talent but to consistent effort uotes Many are very desirous of earning to draw and are very fond of
It Who Are Notwithstandingwho are notwithstanding of a proper disposition for it This may be known by their want of perseverance When you draw from Nature you must be at the distance of three times the height of the object It reflects no great honor on a painter to be able to execute only one thing well there is scarcely a person so void of genius as to fail of success if he apply earnestly to one branch of study and practice it continually A man has the greatest power in pulling for in that action he has the united exertion of all the muscles of the arm while some of them must be inactive when he is pushingA man walking will always have the centre of gravity over the centre of the eg which rests upon the groundThat figure will appear the swiftest in its course which The Saga of Tanya the Evil, Vol. 4 (light novel) leans the most forwardsPerspective is to painting what the bridle is to a horse and the rudder to a shipA painter ought to aim at universal excellence for he will be greatly wanting in dignity if he do one thing well and another badly as many doThe painter ought always to form in his mind a kind of system of reasoning or discussion within himself on any remarkable object before him He should stop take notes and form some rule upon it considering the place the circumstances theights and shadowsA painter should delight in introducing great variety into his compositions avoiding repetition that by this fertility of invention he may attract and charm the eye of the beholder Observe decorum in every thing you represent that is fitness of. 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Action dress and situation according to the "dignity or meanness of subject to be represented Old men must have slow and heavy motions "or meanness of the subject to be represented men must have slow and heavy motions women on the contrary are to be represented bold and uick with passionate motionsThe painter who wishes to be universal and please a variety of judges must unite in the same composition objects susceptible of great force in the shadows and great sweetness in the management of them accounting however in every instance for such boldness and softeningsWhen you have acuired the habit and formed your hand to accuracy uickness of execution will come of itselfThose shadows which in Nature are undetermined and the extremities of which can hardly be perceived are to be copied in your painting in the same manner never to be precisely finished but eft confused and blended This apparent neglect will shew great judgment and be the ingenious result of your observation of NatureYou must not mark any muscles with hardness of Soigner le Sida autrement avec le protocole ICCARRE line butet the soft Tubâ va ma'nâ ye shab light glide upon them and terminate imperceptibly in delightful shadows from this will arise grace and beauty to the faceObserve also that snow appears to fall very uick and in a great uantity when near the eye but when at some distance it seems to come down slowly and in a smaller uantityPolished and glossy surfaces showeast of their genuine colour This is exemplified in the grass of the fields and the Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid: Rowley Jefferson's Journal (Diary of a Wimpy Kid) leaves of trees which being smooth and glossy will reflect the colour of the sun and the air where they strike so that the parts which receive theight do not show their natural colorThe Rechnen und Textaufgaben - Gymnasium 5. Klasse (Mathematik: Textaufgaben/Sachaufgaben, Band 155) lights are of two sorts one is called original the other derivative The originalight is that which comes from the sun or the brightness of fire or else from the air The derivative is a reflected How to Prove It (A Structured Approach) lightThe only portion of air that will be seen reflected in the water will be that which is reflected by the surface of the water to the eye between eual angles that is to say the angle of incidence must be eual to the angle of reflectionObjects appear smaller than they really are when they are distant from the eyeIt is evident that the air is in some parts thicker and grosser than in others particularly that nearest to the earth and as it rises higher it becomes thinner and transparentA painter cannot be said to aim at universality in the art unless heove eually every species of that artOne painter ought never to imitate the manner of any other because in that case he cannot be called the child of Nature but the grandchild It is always best to have recourse to Nature which is replete with such abundance of objects than to the productions of other masters who earnt every thing from herIf you excuse yourself by saying that you have not time for the study necessary to. 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