Nor is the idea unpleasing which shows itself in various parts of these papers, of naturalizing
Nor is the idea unpleasing, which shows itself in various parts of these papers, of naturalizing
Martin Kemp has suggested that this injury, coupled with Alberti's recommendation to painters to obscure "unpleasing" features, might have been the source of Piero della Francesca's famous portrayal of the duke's profile: "Apelles painted the portrait of Antigonus only from the side of his face away from his bad eye" (Alberti, On Painting, trans.
It looked pretty dirty .. but in an unpleasing sort of way.
She was a fair-featured, blondish woman, originally not unpleasing of appearance, but now with lines all deepened and hardened as on the faces of men who have endured much weather-beat.