Leopold Gould Seyffert (1887-1956)

by Matthew Innis |

“It is his capacity for generalization, this power of seeing his sitter not merely as a subject but as an idea, that will afford Seyffert one of the strongest claims upon the future. Portraits which embody this are not only portraits; they are pictures besides.”

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