Pablo Picasso Quote

Among the several sins that I have been accused of committing, none is more false than the one that I have, as the principal objective in my work, the spirit of research. When I paint my object is to show what I have found and not what I am looking for. In art intentions are not sufficient and, as we say in Spanish, love must be proved by facts and not by reasons..


Paris 1923. As quoted in Futurism, ed. Didier Ottinger; Centre Pompidou / 5 Continents Editions, Milan, 2008, p. 311

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Among the several sins that I have been accused of committing, none is more false than the one that I have, as the principal objective in my work,...

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Among the several sins that I have been accused of committing, none is more false than the one that I have, as the principal objective in my work,...

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Among the several sins that I have been accused of committing, none is more false than the one that I have, as the principal objective in my work,...

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Among the several sins that I have been accused of committing, none is more false than the one that I have, as the principal objective in my work,...