Art Applied to Industry: A Series of Lectures
John Henry and James Parker, 1865 - 123 pagina's
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Pagina 41 - Few men can clasp the thumb in their arms, and the fingers are larger than most statues. Where the limbs are broken asunder, vast caverns are seen yawning in the interior. Within, too, are to be seen large masses of rocks, by the aid of which the artist steadied it while erecting it.