Bailey talked about the “sublimity of nature” that he believes Hockney communicates in his pictures.
What is remarkable in the scenery is, that its sublimity is an inversion of the sublimity of almost all other grand scenery.
Hills and vales, bluffs and ravines, were continually presented in successions of sublimity and beauty which charmed the eye.
He possesses the logic of the first, the persiflage of the second, and some of the sublimity of the third.
When you meet him down below, on his feet, much of the sublimity is rubbed off.
Everything is in keeping with the sustained force, sublimity, elevation which we ever behold in the Divine action.
Did not its sublimity overpass a little the bounds of the ridiculous?
In dignity and sublimity Sophocles takes the lead, as Euripides does in tenderness, feeling, and pathetic expression.
I said, emboldened by her enthusiasm, the sublimity of which I did not understand.
Piang was blind to the sublimity of his surroundings, as he hurried on.