This picture she advisedly perused, (1528)
And chid the painter for his wondrous skill, (1529)
Saying, some shape in Sinon's was abused; (1530)
So fair a form lodged not a mind so ill: (1531)
And still on him she gazed; and gazing still,
Such signs of truth in his plain face she spied, (1533)
That she concludes the picture was belied.