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Excerpt from The Relation Between Michael Angelo and Tintoret: Seventh of the Course of Lectures on Sculpture Delivered at Oxford, 1870-71
Let me at once point out to you that this calm ness is the attribute of the entirely highest class of art: the introduction of strong or violently emotional incident is at once a confession of inferiority.
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