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Tripartite Features in Architecture "Wisdom, Strength and Beauty"

SOME ten years ago, whilst, endeavouring to discover the principles of design or arrangement, that, have made Wistler’s pictures so famous, I happened on one feature that could be traced in a number of the most important examples. This feature, so far as I hare been able to find, is not recognised by any writers dealing with design, art masters or others practising art. J. Rutherford Blaikie

Author(s): Blaikie, J Rutherford