Henri Matisse: His Words
Lulu Press, Inc, 14 de gen. 2014
This book is a collection of 115 fundamental quotes and aphorisms of Henri Matisse. It grants his reflections on subjects ranging from Art to Creativity and Inspiration. "I don't paint things. I only paint the difference between things." "Drawing is of the spirit; color is of the senses." "My curves are not mad." "Creativity takes courage." "Impressionism is the newspaper of the soul." "I simply put down colors which render my sensation." "Never ruin a good painting with the truth." "A certain blue enters your soul. A certain red has an effect on your blood-pressure." "A certain color tones you up. It's the concentration of timbres." "A colorist makes his presence known even in a simple charcoal drawing." "Work cures everything."
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