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In equating physical beauty with moral worth, Lavater initiated a new vogue for physiognomic analysis across Europe, even as he invited sustained criticism, and sometimes ridicule.
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Essays on Physiognomy - Johann Caspar Lavater - The evidence seems unambiguous that the “” edition of Lavater’s Essays on Physiognomy is a line-for-line reprint of the edition printed in or after Wood engraving by William Blake, –21, for Robert John Thornton's Pastorals of Virgil.
× cm. Courtesy of the trustees of the British Museum; photograph, J.R. Freeman & Co. Ltd. The principal promoter of physiognomy in modern times was the Swiss pastor Johann Kaspar Lavater (–) who was briefly a friend of Goethe.
Lavater's essays on physiognomy were first published in German in and gained great popularity. Life.
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