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Lavater, Essays on physiognomy; designed to promote the knowledge and the love of mankind / ...
The wildness of the warrior—and the feeling of supreme sublimity! His spirits are storm wind, his ministers flames of fire!
Lavater is now remembered, if at all, for his amply illustrated books on physiognomy (which Goethe helped him to publish).
He believed that people’s moral character could be inferred in precise detail from their facial features.
Graphic Arts Collection (GAX) Oversize 2007-0002Q William Blake (1757-1827) engraved four plates for the English edition of by Johann Caspar Lavater as well as a portrait of Lavater commissioned by Joseph Johnson.
Democritus” beginning on page 159 with the text: “Here is a Democritus after Rubens, Painted from fancy.
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