'Yeats, looking from the beginning for a self-image, had always been interested in his own portraits. Several were sculpted: a bronze mask by Kathleen Bruce (1908), a bronze bust “mounted on a rough block of green marble” by Albert Power (1917), and “a fine bust” by Mary Klauder (1936). These sculpted portraits and Yeats’s admiration for the last two in particular suggest that his desire for poetic self-portraiture may be a sculptural as well as a pictorial analogy.' (Loizeaux, op. cit., p.178)
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