John Galsworthy Quote

What is creative instinct, if not an incessant living sympathy with Nature, a constant craving like that of Nature's own, to fashion something new out of all that comes within the grasp of those faculties with which Nature has endowed us? The qualities of vision, of fancy, and of imaginative power, are no more divorced from Nature, than are the qualities of common-sense and courage. They are rarer, that is all.


Vague Thoughts On Art (1911)

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What is creative instinct, if not an incessant living sympathy with Nature, a constant craving like that of Nature's own, to fashion something new...

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What is creative instinct, if not an incessant living sympathy with Nature, a constant craving like that of Nature's own, to fashion something new...

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What is creative instinct, if not an incessant living sympathy with Nature, a constant craving like that of Nature's own, to fashion something new...

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What is creative instinct, if not an incessant living sympathy with Nature, a constant craving like that of Nature's own, to fashion something new...