Nicolas Poussin

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French painter in the classical style (1594-1665)


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He toured Italy with his father and lived in Rome for a while, where he became familiar with the work of famed French landscapists Claude Lorraine and Nicholas Poussin.
It is known as the Shepherd's Memorial, and shows (in reverse) a relief based on a painting by the French artist, Nicholas Poussin.
I shall only, in reference to this last subject, observe that the singularly germinal character of Hazlitt's work is noticeable here also; for no one who reads the essay on Nicholas Poussin will fail to add Mr.
Many art lovers will naturally turn to the works of Nicholas Poussin in Gallery 7.
Referring to Pound's Cantos, Yeats writ", "He has tried to produce that picture Porteous (sic = Frenhofer) commended to Nicholas Poussin in Le Chef-d'oeuvre inconnu where everything rounds or thrusts itself without edges, without contours--conventions of the intellect--from a splash of tints and shad"; m achieve a work as characteristic of the art of our time as the paintings of Cezanne, avowedly suggested by Porteous (sic), as Ulysses and its dream association of words and images, a poem in which there is nothing that can be taken out and reasoned over, nothing that is not a part of the poem itself.