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Artists who approach perfection do not have many ideas.
It is precisely from the regret left by the imperfect work that the next one can be born.
One must respect black. Nothing prostitutes it.
The good work proceeds with tenacity, intention, without interruption, with an equal measure of passion and reason and it must surpass that goal the artist has set for himself.
The painter is not an intellectual if, when he has painted a nude woman, he gives us the idea that she is just about to put her clothes back on.
The value of art lies in its power to increase our moral force or establish its heightening influence.
What distinguishes the artist from the dilettante? Only the pain the artist feels. The dilettante looks only for pleasure in art.
While I recognize the necessity for a basis of observed reality... true art lies in a reality that is felt.
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