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77. Not so ﬁne perhaps but still notable. #117. Looks like Bellini. Pleasant Formative Years : 41 portrait. #156. Van Dyck. ’’ This last comment revealed his frustration with the poor lighting in the gallery (a concern he voiced throughout his life). The pages and pages of notes that Ross accumulated in this manner indicate his powerful visual appetite. He did not simply seek out new works or those unseen on previous visits; he enjoyed revisiting what he called ‘‘old friends’’ to look at them closely again.
Mackmurdo, Three Arches in the Wall, Santa Maria Novella, Florence, undated, but purchased by Ross in 1881. ). Harvard Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum, Gift of Denman W. 166. Photo: Imaging Department ∫ President and Fellows of Harvard College Moore’s work. In 1881, when Ross visited the artist Arthur H. Mackmurdo in London, he was reminded of Moore: ‘‘[Mackmurdo] is a man I should become very fond of as I am of Mr. Moore at home. ’’≥≤ Ross admired Mackmurdo’s exquisite pencilwork, a trait of Moore’s drawings as well.
He seizes up the true values of his subject and gives them wonderful ease and speed. His pictures have the charm of things struck off in a heat, a charm which entirely elaborated works never have. ’’∑≠ Ross’s close examination and evaluation of technique did not lead him to stray completely from what he learned from Norton. ’’∑∞ making the shift from history to art In these years, Ross seems to have awarded himself a trip to Europe each time he cleared a hurdle in history. After ﬁnishing his dissertation in 1880, he went to England in 1881; after publishing his dissertation in 1883, he made the two separate trips just mentioned.