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Titian, an exception to the Venetian School, i. 100.
59: iii. 89; 169—in his Bacchus and Ariadne, i, 274
his defect in drawing, ii. 50.
with Rubens, ii. 310—312: iii. 127,
his St. Sebastian, excellencies and defects of, ii. 52.
anecdotes of, ii. 182.
VANBRUGH, defended as a poetical Architect, ii. 138----
other pictures, ii. 360_his excellency in colouring,
Vanderwerf, his excellencies and defects, ii. 389--393 ;
a Pupil of Rubens, iii. 214-and his successful
his various manners of painting, ii. 381.
Brussels, ii. 267-his Crucifixion, at Mechlin, praised
portrait, ii. 405.
in figures in Historical Painting, iii. 41.
of attitude, iii. 43.
his excellencies and defects, i. 218:
his picture of The Marriage at Cana
a bon mot of his, on the subject of light,
. . how far the effect of Taste, ii. 8.
of the limbs and drapery with the head of a figure,
Voltaire, false taste shewn in a statue of him, i. 238.
WATTEAU, his excellency in colouring, iii. 157.
378, 379; 407—his defects in portrait-painting, ii.
and ii. 416: iii. 78; 129. See also i. liii.
one of his best pictures at Mr. Hope's
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