“Sensual exuberance was discarded by making the mouth smaller, and the nose thinner and longer.
102 Ouspensky and Lossky. P. 54.
103 Quenot, 1991, p. 106.
104 Ouspensky, 1992, p. 178.
105 Coniaris, 1982, p. 173.
107 Ibid, p. 175.
108 Baggley, 1988, p. 83.
The spiritual nature of man was emphasized; the expression of the eyes was also changed. They were no longer the anxious eyes of a person looking with longing on the world dear to him which he was reluctant to leave. On the contrary, the eyes of the saints testified to the peace and contentment of one who has reached his Father’s home.”109