It seems to be a law of nature that no man, unless he has some obvious physical deformity, ever is loth to sit for his portrait. - Max Beerbohm

It seems to be a law of nature that no man, unless he has some obvious physical deformity, ever is loth to sit for his portrait.

by Max Beerbohm

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