Beauty; Illustrated Chiefly by an Analysis and Classification of Beauty in Woman: Preceded by a Critical View of the General Hypotheses Respecting Beauty, by Hume, Hogarth, Burke, Knight, Alison, Etc., and Followed by a Similar View of the Hypotheses of Beauty in Sculpture and Painting, by Leonardo Da Vinci, Winckelmann, Mengs, Bossi, Etc
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Alison ancient animals antichi Antinous appear Arti artists beauty in woman bellezza body bosom brain Burke calvarium cause CHAPTER character clavicles Cnidos colour complexion degree delicacy delicate effect elegant elements of beauty emotion expression eyes face feeble female figure forehead functions Giunone grace greater Greeks hair haunches head Hence human idea ideal illustrated imagination indicated individual inferior kind of beauty Leonardo Leonardo da Vinci less limbs lips lithograph locomotive system ment mental mind misure mons veneris motion muliebre muscles muscular nature neck Niobe nose nutritive system object observed organs of sense Palazzo Rospigliosi parturition passion peculiar pelvis perfect physiognomy Plate pleasure plumpness portion Praxiteles present proportion proportionally quali racter remarkable render respect rule says Winckelmann second age shoulders skin soft species of beauty statue sublime taste temperament thighs tion trunk Venus de Medici vital system Vitruvius women