By Van Pelt John Vredenburgh 1874-1962
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Das Versohnungsgesetz Wenn zwei oder mehr teils lust- teils unlustbetonte gleichartige stehen, eine : nur hinsichtlich der Starke ihrer Gefiihlstone verschieden, aufeinander folgen, so wird die nach den Umstanden moglichst grosse Lust oder Vorstellungen, * " Die Hauptgesetze des Menachlichen Gefuhlslebens," pp. 207 and 210. , p. 238. , p. 234. THE PEINCIPLES OF COMPOSITION. " Thus the first of these laws elements are either all tell us that where the pleasant or unpleasant, in order to obtain the greatest enjoyment or the least distress each element displeasing than its must be more pleasing or ing the second of the laws,* Lehman gives the ex- ample of a suite of unpleasant sensations pleasant sensation.
With what people were willhig to give him for work he was content; but he considered that work in relation to himself, not in its relation to his He the purchaser. live; learn. " fore; Kipling has expressed in the "Envoi" of the Seven Seas the need of love for one's work and we can hardly do better than turn to the testimony of a brother artist whose plane few, if any of us, can even hope to reach "And only the Master 'shall praise us, And only the Master shall blame And no one shall work for money, And no one shaU work for fame.
Is it not so? The man who "stock" up is in a place artist, specifies a machine-made piece of unconcerned as to whether who has where it is it be plastered useless or not. But the spent himself on a bit of detail, is as unhappy at the thought of its desecration as is the mother whose child is carried away captive by barbarians. Seeing wasted ornament, one realizes that cheap trash, cheaply disposed it is of. There are three ways of wasting ornament: By making it of a kind unsuited to the material in which it is to be executed by making it of a kind unsuited to what will be required of it, and by making it of a ; kind unsuited to the position To illustrate the first: it is to occupy.
A Discussion of Composition, Especially as Applied to Architecture by Van Pelt John Vredenburgh 1874-1962