By Frank McLynn

ISBN-10: 1466878509

ISBN-13: 9781466878501

During this, the 1st full-length biography of the good Swiss psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung is remembered not just for his necessary contribution to psychotherapy and to our knowing of the interior workings of the brain, yet for the long-lasting controversies he sparked. In McLynn's able arms, readers will come to appreciate the fellow who originated what are generally held to be a few of the maximum rules of this century.

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From the inner corner of the eye m to the top of the head a is as far as from m down to the chin s. s c f b are all at equal distances from each other. 62 Beauty, Reason, and Art The space between the parting of the lips [the mouth] and the base of the nose is one-seventh of the face. The space from the mouth to the bottom of the chin c d is the fourth part of the face and equal to the width of the mouth. The space from the chin to the base of the nose e f is the third part of the face and equal to the length of the nose and to the forehead.

23] On Painting 45 [22] Which is best, to draw from nature or from the antique? It is better to imitate the antique than modern work. But painting declines and deteriorates from age to age, when painters have no other standard than painting already done. Hence the painter will produce pictures of small merit if he takes for his standard the pictures of others as was seen in the painters after the Romans who always imitated each other and so their art constantly declined from age to age. But if he will study from natural objects he will bear good fruit.

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