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" Concerning scenes, the more uncommon they appear, the better, provided they form a picture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The shape of ground, the site of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. "
The London magazine, or, Gentleman's monthly intelligencer - Page 200
1764
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The Works in Verse and Prose, of William Shenstone, Esq;: Essays on men ...

William Shenstone - 1764 - 399 pages
...a pifture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's produftion, and is not. The fhape of of ground, the fite of trees, and the fall of water,...other reference to nature than that they afford the iva-ipvm with which the human mind is delighted. ART fhould never be allowed to fet a foot in the province...
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The Beauties of All Magazines Selected for ..., Volume 3

1764
...form a picture, and include nothing that pretends tobe of nature's production, and is not. The Ihape of ground, the fite of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her is trtal'on. On'the other hand, buildinrs, and the works of art, need have no other reference to nature,...
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The Works in Verse and Prose, Volume 2

William Shenstone, Robert Dodsley - 1764
...a pifture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's produftion, and is not. The fhape of of ground, the fite of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her i$ treafon, ON the other hand, buildings an4 the work§ of art, need have no other reference to nature...
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Essays on men and manners. A description of the Leasowes, the seat of the ...

William Shenstone - 1765
...include nothing that pretends to be ef nature's produftion, and is not. The fhape of ground, the file of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province....other reference to nature than that they afford the ive-ipton with which the human mind is delighted. ART mould never be allowed to fet a foot in the province...
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The Works, in Verse and Prose, of William Shenstone, Esq: In Two Volumes ...

William Shenstone - 1768
...form a pifture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's produ&ion, and is not. The fhape of ground* the fite of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her is treafom ir)ii **» »•# . • i • f ' i • •••*. •»••*. •— Oi* the oiHer hand,...
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Harrison's British Classicks: The Idler. Fitz Osbornes Letters. Shenstones ...

1787
....ground, the lite of trees, and the fall of water, iiahue's province. Whatever thwarts her n treu'.on. On the other hand, buildings and the works of art need have no other re1'ггеосс to nature than that they alfurj the ivri,uw with which the human mind is tMrglitcd....
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Annual Register, Volume 7

History - 1802
...form a picture, and include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The fhape of ground, the fite of trees, and the fall of water,...thwarts her is treafon. On the other hand, buildings, avd the works of art, need have no other references to" nature than that they afford the ivnp.ni with...
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Essays on Men and Manners, Volume 39

William Shenstone - English literature - 1804 - 204 pages
...include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The shape of ground, the site of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her is treason. On the other hand, buildings and the works of art need have no other reference to nature than...
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Essays on Men and Manners

William Shenstone - English essays - 1804 - 204 pages
...include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The shape of ground, the site of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her is treason. On the other hand, buildings and the works of art need have no other reference to nature than...
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Essays on men and manners

William Shenstone - English essays - 1804 - 204 pages
...include nothing that pretends to be of nature's production, and is not. The shape of ground, the site of trees, and the fall of water, nature's province. Whatever thwarts her is treason. On the other hand, buildings and the works of art need have no other reference to nature than...
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