The question arose as I read the various descriptions of the lithographs, etc, in the Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit at the New Britain Museum this past Saturday afternoon. The descriptions include mentions of any number of people who inhabited/frequented Montmartre and whom HTL memorialized in his art.
Given the brevity that such art exhibit blurbs demand, of course, a person needs to be summed up in, usually, a sentence at most.
In one, an actor is described as "known for his good looks and elegant dress."
That, I thought, would be a great way to be remembered a century from now!
But later in my wanderings I found one that is more likely to approximate my own:
[He] had a round face and seemed to have a limited intellect.