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Monthly Archives: December 2013
“You must be able to walk firmly on the ground before you start walking on a tightrope.” Henri Matisse, who was born on 31st December 1869. Happy Birthday to Henri and a Happy New Year to the rest of you!
“The space must be a kind of showcase, a stage, on which the pictures make their appearance as actors in a drama (or comedy). It should not imitate a living space.” El Lissitzky, who died 30th December 1941
“Until 1901 when I started for Paris, I existed only; from that time a chance was given to me to live.” William Henry Jr Singer, who died December 29th 1943
“I’m a bit claustrophobic, I don’t like crowds, I live by the sea – that’s what I see when I come out of my house in Bridlington.” David Hockney Ludolf Backhuysen was born on 28th December 1631. I’ve not been … Continue reading
“I hardly need to abstract things, for each object is unreal enough already, so unreal that I can only make it real by means of painting.” Max Beckmann, who died 27th December 1950
“Art is a she-devil of a mistress, and if at times in earlier days she would not even stoop to my way of thinking, I have persevered and will so continue.” Frederic Remington, who died 26th December 1909.
“I am not what I am. I am what I do with my hands.” Louise Bourgeois, who was born on 25th December 1911.
“Beauty should be shared for it enhances our joys. To explore its mystery is to venture towards the sublime.” Joseph Cornell, born on 24th December 1903, was an American artist and sculptor, one of the pioneers and most celebrated exponents … Continue reading
“No one questions the fact that verbal language has to be learned, but the commonplaceness of visual experience betrays art; people tend to assume that, because they can see, they can see art.” Anne Truitt, who died 23rd December … Continue reading
“I am not a black artist; I am an artist.” Jean-Michel Basquiat, born 22nd December 1960, died 12th August 1988.