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    Sir Joshua Reynolds, Justice, 1779. A shadow falling across her eyes serves here as a substitute for the traditional blindfold without obscuring her face: Justice is not swayed by superficial evidence.

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    Pintura de Sir Joshua Reynolds. "Justice".

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