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the elusive memory of ancient China's greatest beauties might lurk in the judges' minds as they ponder their decision.
Hui, "3 Beauties Interviewed," East West, 22 January 1975, p.
Style became the most beautiful to have been put into practice by frequently copying the most beautiful things and by combining the finest members, whether hands, heads, bodies, or legs, to produce a figure with as many of these beauties as possible and to apply it in every work and in all of the figures, and this is what is known as a beautiful style.(5)
Vasari has the people run like crazy ("i popoli corsero come matti") to see the new but temporary beauties of Perugino's and Francia's pretty colors (colori vaghi).(55) Writing in a tradition that Petrarch revived and popularized, Armenini and Lomazzo also attributed to the ignorant a taste for pretty colors (again, described as vaghi) that can be appreciated with the "external senses."(56) According to Agucchi, the late Mannerists "were satisfied to feed the eyes of the ignorant with the loveliness [vaghezza] of colors and rich vestments." As evidence of Caravaggio's misbegotten popularity, Baglione connects his naturalism and colorism to his audience (il vulgo).
[D5]; quoted in Jordan, 261) where "Alessandro Saluti" argues against allowing women to serve as lawyers because "the beauties and graces of women have too much force and too great value.
Thus Ken Siman, author of the novel Pizza Face, gets down and dirty, braving painful high-school trauma material and fresh embarrassment to embark upon the cleverly entitled The Beauty Trip, in which he asks an admirably wide and elegant range of professional beauties and beauty hadlers, just what is the deal.