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Quotation by Charles Baudelaire
The artist is today and has been for many years, despite his absence of merit, simply a spoiled child. So many honors, so much money bestowed on men without souls and without education.
Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867), French poet, critic. The Salon of 1859, I. The Modern Artist (1859).
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