Quotation by Max Beerbohm

The most perfect caricature is that which, on a small surface, with the simplest means, most accurately exaggerates, to the highest point, the peculiarities of a human being, at his most characteristic moment in the most beautiful manner.
Max Beerbohm (1872–1956), British author. Essay written 1901. "The Spirit of Caricature," A Variety of Things (1928).
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