A painting is above all a product of the artist’s imagination; it must never be a copy. If, at a later stage, he wants to add two or three touches from nature, it doesn’t spoil anything, of course.
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After the discovery of up to 1,400 famous works of art supposedly seized by the Nazis during World War II, German authorities have posted another 101 artworks on their Lost Art 92 more words
Even as James Tissot’s paintings were collected and valued during his early career in Paris and once he moved to London after the fall of the Paris Commune, he himself was a collector. 2,202 more words