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The symmetry, which Mr Grover found in a facial angle study of his own, is matched by most models, whose cheekbones are at an angle of 81 per cent to their nose.
The central player in this world was Pierre Camper (who was, one might add, publicized by his son-in-law Theodor Soemmering) who established the facial angle (a complete invention) to distinguish man from beast (or at least from the ape).
He set as the ideal an angle of one hundred degrees, a facial angle acknowledged not to exist in reality but often used to portray gods and goddesses in Greek statuary.