Defining Beauty: Solomon J. Solomon

by Matthew Innis |

  Artistically speaking, it may be said that the perfectly symmetrical head is lacking in “character.”   The oval face; the dual features the counterpart of each other; the measurement from the top of the head to the brows, from the brows to the base of the nose, from the base of the nose to…

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