We often compare ourselves with various other species on the earth. Also, with the inventions of new filters, we are able to find out how humans would look like in the face of different animals.
But you know there was an artist named Charles Le Brun, who kind of sorted to this comparison in the 1600s only. He had an interest in the animals and also in the similar characteristics they share with humans. In a collection of his drawings, he showed "Physiognomy", which means "knowledge of nature", where he explored the relationship between humans, animals and emotions.
He wanted to see that what would happen if we humanise an animal and dehumanise a man, following the philosophies of Descartes' Passions of the Soul.
It seems complicated in imagination but if you look at the pictures, you will be able to relate them. Let's get started with the most unusual thinking and its execution.
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