Francis Bacon (artist) Quote

No artist knows in his own lifetime whether what he does will be the slightest good, because it takes at least seventy-five to a hundred years before the thing begins to sort itself out.


Francis Bacon (ed. Pantheon, 1975)

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No artist knows in his own lifetime whether what he does will be the slightest good, because it takes at least seventy-five to a hundred years before ...

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No artist knows in his own lifetime whether what he does will be the slightest good, because it takes at least seventy-five to a hundred years before ...

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No artist knows in his own lifetime whether what he does will be the slightest good, because it takes at least seventy-five to a hundred years before ...

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No artist knows in his own lifetime whether what he does will be the slightest good, because it takes at least seventy-five to a hundred years before ...