The great purpose of human art, the great end of human study, is to obtain ease, to throw the burden of labour from our own shoulders, and fix it on those of others. (William Cobbett)
The one in the middle looks like the recently retired Archbishop of Canterbury. Has he changed sides?
A little too unhirsute and too kempt for rumours that Rowan Williams has done a Henry Newman to really take wing. Some interesting stuff on the semiotics of beards here.
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