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" Hers is the head upon which all "the ends of the world are come," and the eyelids are a little weary. It is a beauty 23 wrought out from within upon the flesh, the deposit, little cell by cell, of strange thoughts and fantastic reveries and exquisite... "
Current Opinion - Página 52
1906
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The Eagle: A Magazine, Volumen18

1895
...half serious, half wanton expression of the face and body. " The presence that thus so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all the ends of the world are come, and the eye-lids...
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Leonardo Da Vinci and His Works: Consisting of a Life of Leonardo Da Vinci

Mrs. Charles Heaton - 1874 - 302 páginas
...and as by stroke of magic, that the image was projected ? The presence that thus so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all ' the ends of the earth are come,' and the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen137

1874
...La Gioconda ' is a good specimen of this epicene style : — ' The presence that so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all the ends of the world are come, and the eyelids...
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The Living Age, Volumen128

1876
...thus so strangely rose beside the waters in expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all the ends of the world have come, and the eyes are a little weary. It is a beauty wrought out from within upon the flesh,...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen1

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1876
...cirque of fantastic rocks as in some faint light under sea. ' The presence that thus so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all the ends of the world have come, and the eyes...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volumen1

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1876
...cirque of fantastic rocks as in some faint light under sea. ' The presence that thus so strangely rose beside the waters is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to desire. Hers is the head upon which all the ends of the world have, come, and the eyes...
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Record and a Study

William Sharp - 1882 - 432 páginas
...they came ? — (JoiiK HUSKIN, Cloud Beauty. Modem Painters.) Ilcrs [Lionardo da Viuci's La Gioconda] is the head upon which all " the ends of the world are come" and the eyelids are a little weary. . . . She is older than the roclcs among which she sits; like the Vampire, she has been dead many times,...
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Record and a Study

William Sharp - 1882 - 432 páginas
...Beauty. Modern Painters.) Hers [Lionardo da Vinci's La Gioconda} is the head iipon which all " thc ends of the world are come" and the eyelids are a little weary. . . . Siie is older than the rocks among which she sits; like the Vampire, she has been dead many times,...
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The Harvard Monthly, Volúmenes33-34

1902
...what they suggest than in what they convey. Look on "La Gioconda" ; and then read Pater's description. "Hers is the head upon which 'all the ends of the world are come' and the eyelids arc a little weary . . . All ages and all races are etched and moulded in that face. ... As Leda, she...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen52

1885
...Leonardo da Vinci's portrait of Monna Lisa, the famous " Giaconda " :— "The presence that thus rose so strangely beside the waters, is expressive of what in the ways of a thousand years man had come to •desire. Here is the head upon which all 'the ends of the world are come,' and the...
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