An artist’s impression is defined as the representation of an object or a scene created by an artist when no other accurate representation is available (Wikipedia). The above graphic has quotes by 17 different artists about what art means/meant to them.
My favorite artist is Gustav Klimt. I have several prints of his in my home. His quote here – “Truth is like fire; to tell the truth means to glow and burn” – is something I find apparent in his work, particularly the glowing aspect.
But there are several quotes above that also resonate with me, specifically:
(Rivera’s just makes me hungry.)
What about you? What speaks to you? Tell me in the comments – and why.
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