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Charles Balthazar Julien Févret de Saint-Mémin used a physiognotrace to produce hundreds of portraits, including those of John
By 1803, Rembrandt Peale was using an improved physiognotrace at Charles Willson Peale's museum in
Chrétien had invented the physiognotrace in the 1780s, an instrument designed to trace the subject's profile, producing a life-sized replica which could then be reduced.
28� Use of the physiognotrace also came into vogue during the early national period.