John Galsworthy Quote

The seeing of things as they really are — the seeing of a proportion veiled from other eyes (together with the power of expression), is what makes a man an artist. What makes him a great artist is a high fervour of spirit, which produces a superlative, instead of a comparative, clarity of vision.


Vague Thoughts On Art (1911)

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The seeing of things as they really are — the seeing of a proportion veiled from other eyes (together with the power of expression), is what makes...

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The seeing of things as they really are — the seeing of a proportion veiled from other eyes (together with the power of expression), is what makes...

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The seeing of things as they really are — the seeing of a proportion veiled from other eyes (together with the power of expression), is what makes...

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The seeing of things as they really are — the seeing of a proportion veiled from other eyes (together with the power of expression), is what makes...