but encouragement and the commencement of a reputation. He travelled in Germany, Italy,
France; visited London; studied the works in the great collections everywhere, and worked unceasingly himself.
He made a special study of classical art and literature, and gradually, but slowly, and only
as his knowledge increased, and he felt certain of his material, gravitated towards the field of
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