Oskar Kokoschka ~ Dreams And Visions
True dreams and visions should be as visible to the artist as the phenomena of the objective world.
Oskar Kokoschka
Egon Schiele ~ A Melancholic Soul
Everything is dead while it lives.
Egon Schiele
Vladimir Nabokov ~ On Poetry
Poetry involves the mysteries of the irrational perceived through rational words.
Vladimir Nabokov
Igor Stravinsky ~ Great Artists
Lesser artists borrow, great artists steal.
Igor Stravinsky
Guillaume Seignac ~ Pierrot's Embrace
Pierrot's Embrace
Guillaume Seignac (1870-1924)
THE ART OF KISSING
Guillaume Seignac ~ Pierrot’s Embrace
Pierrot's Embrace
Guillaume Seignac (1870-1924)
THE ART OF KISSING
Henry Miller ~ The Loneliness Of An Artist
An artist is always alone - if he is an artist. No, what the artist needs is loneliness.
Henry Miller
Robert Musil ~ The Meaning Of Poetry
"Ultimately a poem, and the mystery of it, cuts the meaning of the world clear, where it is bound fast by thousands of ordinary words ..."
Robert Musil
Austrian author (1880-1942) of the famous novel The Man without Qualities
Colette ~ On Humor
"Total absence of humor renders life impossible."
Colette
Oskar Kokoschka ~ The Two Of Us…
“The two of us with a very strong, peaceful
expression, hand in hand, on the edge within a semicircle sea, lit be
Bengal fire, water-tower, mountains, lightning and moon.”
Oskar Kokoschka
The Bride of the Wind, 1914