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of the two which precede it. It is well engraved in mezzotinto, and has a spirited and brilliant effect.
Timolea brought before Alexander. H. Singleton—Daniel. ' This, and its companion, of Christ "Healing the Blind, are engraven in mezzotinto, and are of a large size; but they have rather a heavy effect, and the defigns are defective in drawing and charaćter. The Dream of Eve. Lycidas.—H Fuzel; R. A. pinxit. Lewis, aquatint, sculpt. These pićtures formed a part of the Milton Gallery; and of the Milton Gallery, considered as the produćtion of one man, it was not easy to speak in higher terms than it des rved. It was the produćtion of a mind fraught with peculiar energy, of a man who was perfectly acquainted with the anatomy of the human figure, but who, in his zeal to mark his anatomical knowledge, and display the energy of his mind, sometimes soared into the regions of absurdity. To copy his ftyle demands a portion of his feeling, and when an artist, neither gifted with his spirit, nor qualified to draw corre&tly, attempts to transfer his figures from the canvas to the copper; he is in some danger of rendering what was character in the pićture, caricature in the point; of out-Heroding Herod 1 and rendering that which was high art in the original, ridiculous in the copy : the picture of
7. 4 Retreat of Hose, Ziegler.
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23. A Piquet of Saxon Dragoons in an Old Castle. Bluck. 24. A Piquet of Prussian Hussars in a Church. luck. 25. Danish Hussars charging the Enemy, Bluck. 26. Auftrian Infantry defending their Artillery against Prussian Hussars. Bluck. 27. French Cavalry routed Bluck. 28. Auftrian Dragoons retreating. Bluck. 29. French Infantry and Bavarian Cavalry close Fighting. 30. Saxon Dragoons attacking a Park of Artillery. Bluck. Sappho.—Corinna, companion Prints. T. Sophia /italba del, et inv. These two prints are drawn and engraven by a lady; and though they are not much marked with mind, or distinguished by character, they are extremely neat and well engraved. A new and improved edition of the third or supplementary volume of Hogarth illustrated from his own Manuscripts, by j. Ireland, will be published in a few days.
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