Ch. LVII (Le monarque/The monarch), 'Tableau de Paris', 1791, engraved by Balthasar Dunker. 'A monarch sits as a model in a room at an Academy; everyone sees him in his own way. The magistrate thinks of nothing but of making reproaches; the soldier draws him as a warrior; a child turns him into a doll, etc. Trahit sua quemque voluptas ['each one is led by his own longing]. Each one has only his eyes.'