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" Moliere, inimitable as he has proved, brought a rude theatre to perfection. Hogarth had no model to follow and improve upon. He created his art > and used colours instead of language. His place is between the Italians, whom we may consider as epic poets... "
The Scots Magazine - Page 351
1781
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 50

Tobias Smollett - English literature - 1780
...drawing gently' from her linger. The thought is parallel to MolL-re's, where the mifer puts out one of the candles as he is talking. Moliere, inimitable as he has proved, brought a rude theatre to perfection.Hogarth had no modt-1 to follow anJ improve upon. He created his art; and uled colours inikad...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW.

SEVERAL HANDS. - 1781
...candles as he is talking. Mo» liere, inimitable as he has proved, brought a rude theatre to prrfecYion. Hogarth had no model to follow and improve upon. He created his art : and ufcd colours inftead of language. His place it between the Italians, whom we may confider as epic poets...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 2

1782
...perfana. Moliere, inimitable as he has proved himfelf, brought a rude theatre to perfection. Hogarth hid no model to follow and improve upon. He created his art, and ufed colours inflcad of language i his place is between the Italians, whom we may confider is epic poets and tragedians,...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 4

Horace Walpole - Gardening - 1786 - 316 pages
...drawing gently from her finger. The thought is parallel to Moliere's, where the mifer puts out one of the candles as he is talking. Moliere, inimitable...may confider as epic poets and tragedians, and the Flemifh painters, who are as writers of farce and editors of burlefque kfque nature. * They are the...
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Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth, Volume 1

Samuel Ireland - 1794
...alluded to has very emphatically and with equal truth afferted that Hogarth " had no model to fol" low and improve upon : he created his art and " ufed colours inftead of language." With fucll rare talents of pourtraying characters it is natural that he fliould be ambitious of tranfmitting...
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A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century: Part First; in Two ..., Volume 1

Samuel Miller - Art, Modern - 1803 - 510 pages
...from the rest, acts in his sphere, and cannot be confounded with any other of the dramatis persona. HOGARTH had no model to follow and improve upon. He created his art, and used colours instead of language. He resembles BUTLI;R ; but his subjects are more universal; and amidst...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volume 5

1808
...her finger. The thought is parallel to Slolii ге'я, »here the miser puts out one oflhe candies as he is talking. Moliere, inimitable as he has proved, brought a rude theatre to perfection. Hogarth hail no model to follow aud improve upon ; he created his art, and • sell colours instead of language....
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1810
...is'drawing gently from her finger. The thought is parallel to Moliere's, where the miser puts out one of the candles as he is talking. Moliere, inimitable as he has proved, brought s, rude theatre to perfection. Hogarth had no model to follow and improve upon : he created his art,...
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Decoration and ornament - 1813
...parallel to Moliere's, where the miser puts out one of the candles as he is talking. Moliere, inimitable he has proved, brought a rude theatre to perfection....to follow and improve upon. He created his art, and used colours instead of language: his place is between the Italians whom we may consider as epic poets...
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The Edinburgh Monthly Review, Volume 5

1821
...exquisite touches of nature, has added the keenest sallies of wit and ridicule. " Moliere," says Walpole, " inimitable as he has proved, brought a rude theatre to perfection. Hogarth had no model to improve upqn. He created his art, and used colours instead of language. He resembled Butler, but his...
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