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"In Renaissance portraiture, beauty is a vindication of human body; that is, the representation of the inner world of the portrayed by remarking his external look. Each organ of human physiognomy was now elevated as pictorial elements worthy of being depicted. Although, in the very fifteenth century there were two trends of how the body should be depicted. On one hand, the first trend advocated for a very naturalistic depiction of human body (or what Da Vinci Called the ‘Nature’s Minutiae’), on the other, an idealized representation of human body as a reflect of human soul".