Art

  • The arts are the means by which we can look through the magic casements see what lies beyond.


    Art, Composers, Insight, Music

  • Art lives from constraints and dies from freedom.


    Art, Conflict, Freedom

  • “Wine making is an artistic creation in which you deal with a variety of styles, colors, and inspiration. Therefore good wine, like good art, can evoke emotions, sensations and create an experience which leaves a lasting impression.”


    Art, Inspiration, Wine

  • Currently, art in the world plays the games of facile deconstruction and is largely tongue in cheek, naive, ironic or jokey insincerity , all of which fills so many galleries and sells for such huge sums of money.These three movements in contemporary art – parasitic, haunted full stop and the studiedly insincere, represent the culture all too well.


    Art, Artists, Culture

  • There was a point in 20th-century Europe when the aim of the artist and expectations of the public changed.The public approach to art moved from admiration – 'I wish I could do that', to disdain – 'even a child could do that'.The technical ambition of the artist significantly diminished and often disappeared altogether.


    Art, Artists

  • Art and love are the same thing: it's the process of seeing yourself in things that are not you.


    Art, illusions, Love

  • Art, like some beautiful plant lives on its atmosphere and when the atmosphere is good it will flower everywhere and when it is bad, nowhere


    Art

  • In my opinion, long and intense study of the human figure is the necessary foundation for a sculptor.


    Art, Sculpture, Study

  • Art ,like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere.


    Art, Limits, Morality


  • Art is a pleasure; invention is a treasure.


    Art, Ingenuity, Invention



  • Art is a pleasure; invention is a treasure.









    Art, Invention

  • There is perhaps no more dangerous man in the world than the man with the sensibilities of an artist, but without creative talent.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • It’s amazing what you can do with an ’E’ in ‘A level’ Art, twisted imagination and a chainsaw.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • There are only two styles of portrait painting – the serious and the smirk.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • A cow and calf are cut in half and placed in separate cases. To call it art, however smart, casts doubt on art’s whole basis.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • Life is melodrama. Only art is real.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • Abstract Art is a product of the untalented, sold by the unprincipled to the utterly bewildered.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • An artist is someone who produces things that people don’t need to have, but that he for some reason, thinks it would be a good idea to give them.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • I want art to poeticise human experience in a transcendental, ambiguous way not to preach a narrow view of contemporary history.


    Art, Artist, Painting

  • A picture is something that requires as much trickery, malice and vice as the perpetration of a crime.


    Art, Artist, Painting