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Autobiographical Works of Washington Allston
Washington Allston
0820114502
March 1991
Hardcover
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American Symbolist Art: Nineteenth-Century "Poets in Paint" Washington Allston, John la Farge, William Rimmer, George Inness, and Albert Pinkham Ryder
Diane Johnson
0773464107
January 2004
Hardcover
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The Correspondence of Washington Allston
Washington Allston
0813117089
Dec 1992
Hardcover
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Life and Letters of Washington Allston
Jared B. Flagg
1417960191
December 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
This Contains Reproductions From Allston's Paintings.


Lectures on Art
Washington Allston
1419129481
June 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
As these characteristics, like every thing which the mind can recognize as true, all have their origin in its natural desires, they may also be termed Principles; and as such we shall consider them. In order, however, to satisfy ourselves that they are truly such, and not arbitrary assumptions, or the traditional dogmas of Practice, it may be well to inquire whence is their authority; for, though the ultimate cause of pleasure and pain may ever remain to us a mystery, yet it is not so with their intermediate causes, or the steps that lead to them.

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As these characteristics, like every thing which the mind can recognize as true, all have their origin in its natural desires, they may also be termed Principles; and as such we shall consider them. In order,...


Lectures on Art
Washington Allston
1421930625
December 2005
Paperback
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Monaldi: A Tale
Washington Allston
141913485X
July 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Nothing more occurred for several days, till one morning, as Monaldi was going out, he saw a man standing at the entrance of his gateway. As he approached, the stranger suddenly drew his hat over his eyes, and precipitately retreated; not however, before the former had distinctly seen his face. Monaldi quickened his pace in order to overtake him, but on entering the street, the man was lost in the crowd; and before he had time to form any conjecture on the incident, his attention was diverted by a message from the pope, requiring his attendance.

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Nothing more occurred for several days, till one morning, as Monaldi was going out, he saw a man standing at the entrance of his gateway. As he approached, the stranger suddenly drew his hat over his eyes, and...


The Sylphs Of The Season With Other Poems
Washington Allston
1419184717
July 2004
Paperback
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Lectures on Art
Washington Allston
1421930617
Dec 2005
Hardcover
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