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Auld Nature swears, the lovely Dears
Her noblest work she classes, O:
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No painting is more replete than Mondrian's.
A kind of Pythagorean terror, as though the irrationality of pi were an offence against the deity, not to mention his creature.
The situation is that of him who is helpless, cannot act, in the event cannot paint, since he is obliged to paint. The act is of h ...
I speak for an art ... weary of its puny exploits, weary of pretending to be able, of being able, of doing a little better the sam ...
To be an artist is to fail, as no other dare fail, that failure is his world and the shrink from desertion, art and craft, good ho ...
No doubt for the average man nationalism is no more than one of the faiths that live together in actual if illogical partnership i ...
Neither the historian nor the cartographer can ever reproduce the reality they are trying to communicate to the reader of books or ...
A person taking stock in middle age is like an artist or composer looking at an unfinished work; but whereas the composer and the ...
In its use of words poetry is just the reverse of science. Very definite thoughts do occur, but not because the words are so chose ...
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