Méthode pour apprendre à dessiner les passions  

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Designs by French artist Charles Le Brun, from Méthode pour apprendre à dessiner les passions (1698), a book about the physiognomy of the 'passions'.
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Designs by French artist Charles Le Brun, from Méthode pour apprendre à dessiner les passions (1698), a book about the physiognomy of the 'passions'.

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Conférence sur l'Expression générale et particulière des passions (given in 1668 – published in 1698) [1] is a text by Charles Le Brun.

The text is also known as Méthode pour apprendre à dessiner les passions. The theory in his lecture builds on Descartes's work Passions of the Soul which described man as 'machine' that transforms external stimuli to action.




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