Quotation by David Hockney

No theoretician, no writer on art, however interesting he or she might be, could be as interesting as Picasso. A good writer on art may give you an insight to Picasso, but, after all, Picasso was there first.
David Hockney (b. 1937), British artist. "Mexico City: May 1984," Hockney On Photography, ed. Wendy O. Brown (1988).

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