A thing of beauty is a joy forever.
—John Keats (1795-1821 British poet)
Handsome is that handsome does.
—Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774 British writer)
Beauty is truth, truth beauty.
—John Keats (1795-1821 British poet)
Beauty, unaccompanied by virtue, is as a flower without perfume.
—French proverb
Beauty, like truth, never is so glorious as when it goes plainest.
—Otto Stern (1888-1969 German physicist)
Virtue is fairer than beauty.
—Italian proverb
That which is striking and beautiful is not always good, but that which is good is always beautiful.
—Ninon de L’Enclos (1620-1705 French writer)
No beauty is like the beauty of mind.
—Jay Cooke (1821-1905 American financier)
Charm is a glow within a woman which casts a most becoming light on others.
—John Mason Brown (1900-1969 American drama critic)
Beauty is no use without brains.
—Aesop (620-560 B.C. Greek fabulist)
Beauty is but skin deep.
—John Davies of Hereford (1565-1618 British poet)
Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless: peacocks and lilies, for instance.
—John Ruskin (1819-1900 British writer and art critic)
A good fame is better than a good face.
—Edmund Burke (1729-1797 British politician and orator)
No rose without a thorn.
—John Ray (1627-1705 British naturalist)
Things are beautiful if you love them.
—Jean Anouilh (1910-1987 French playwright)

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