Hamlet paints a contrast image of Gertrude's two husbands. how do they contrast?

act 3 scene 4

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Hamlet seats his mother down and presents her with two portraits, one of her first husband and the other of Claudius. He describes the two as opposites, the one all nobility and virtue, the other all deformity and vice.