beautiful trunk, the general impression of bodily beauty is enhanced by the sitting position. It is a position which affects the bodily form advantageously, in ratio of the extension of the upper body.
Fig. 133. Girl of' 13, sitting with legs apart.
A union of the sitting posture with postures indicative of violent motion of the limbs is only endurable, when the tension of the skin is verv elastic, otherwise the harmony of the forms is impaired. Fig. 133 may serve as an instance of the extreme limit of the