Defining Beauty: Solomon J. Solomon, Part II

by Matthew Innis |

  There are portrait-painters who flatter their sitters by endeavoring to regularise their irregular features. Are those painters sufficiently conscious of the existing characteristics? For they certainly do not seem conscious of what might well be taken as an axiom, that in proportion as we depart from Nature we court a weakening of results.  …

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