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" Few have been taught to any purpose, who have not been their own teachers. We prefer those instructions which we have given ourselves, from our affection to... "
The Decorator's assistant - Página 103
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Seven Discourses Delivered in the Royal Academy

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1778 - 322 páginas
...perfcverance. WE all .muft have experienced how lazily, and confequently how ineffectually, inftruction is received when forced upon the mind by others. Few have been taught to any purpofe who have not been their own teachers. We prefer thofe inftructions which we have, given ourfelves,...
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Practical Education, Volumen 2

Maria Edgeworth - 1801
...is at last dismissed, and her education completed, the pupil is left both fatigued and helpless. " Few have been " taught to any purpose, who have not been their own " teachers," says Sir Joshua Reynolds. This reflection upon the art of teaching, may, perhaps, be too general ;...
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Essays on Practical Education, Volumen 2

Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1815
...is at last dismissed, and her education completed, the pupil is left both fatigued and helpless. " Few have been taught to any purpose, " who have not been their own teachers," says Sir Joshua Reynolds. This reflection upon the art of teaching may perhaps be too general; but...
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The Literary Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds ...: Containing His ..., Volumen 1

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone, Joseph Farington - 1819
...thus he acquires a confidence in himself sufficient to keep up the resolution of perseverance;. We all must have experienced how lazily, and consequently...they are more effectual, from being received into the D 3 V , \ mind at the very time when it is most open and eager to receive them. With respect to 'the...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volumen 13

1819
...experienced how lazily,' says that illustrious man, ' and consequently how ineffectually, in' sktruction is received when forced upon the mind by others. Few...which we have given ourselves, from our affection to our instructor, and they are the more effectual, from being received into the mind, when it is most...
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A Series of Easy Lessons in Landscape-drawing,: Contained in Forty Plates ...

Samuel Prout - 1820 - 4 páginas
...hinderance. It should be remembered, that there is " no short way but the nearest way;" and that " few have been taught to any purpose, who have not been their own teachers." " Experience is all in all;" and those who will be at the trouble to do what others have done before...
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The Discourses of Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - 1824 - 279 páginas
...thus he acquires a confidence in himself sufficient to keep up the resolution of perseverance. We all must have experienced how lazily, and consequently...instruction is received when forced upon the mind by others.8 Few have been taught to any purpose, who have not been their own teachers. We prefer those...
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Hints towards the formation of character, by a plain-spoken Englishwoman

Hints - 1843
...tasks, will do little towards creating a love of the art. It was a saying of Sir Joshua Reynolds, that few have been taught to any purpose who have not been their own teachers. The majority of young ladies who now learn drawing, do so merely because drawing is considered one...
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The abuses of the National gallery, by Verax. to which are added ...

Morris Moore - 1847
...abuses I have exposed, and such as have attempted to invalidate the truth of my statements. f " We all must have experienced how lazily, and consequently...any purpose who have not been their own teachers." — SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS. I " On whom can (the student) rely, or who shall show him the path that leads...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 201

1856
...said to have had no superior among his contemporaries. " Few," says a great professor b of his art, " have been taught to any purpose, who have not been their own teachers ;" and this is emphatically true of Gainsborough. His style he formed for himself, in the fields of...
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