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- His faith is a faith that to him is real, and it is a faith, in my judgement, that sustained him through the hard times in his life.
- I envy the poet. He is encouraged towards drunkenness and wallows with nubile wenches while the painter must endure wretchedness and pain for his art.
- Old age is a hindrance to creativity but cannot crush my youthful spirit.
- Sincerity is the eventual deception of all great men.
- Without atmosphere a painting is nothing.