Marie Ferranti Quotes: The Gaze Of Others Is Quite Without

The Gaze Of Others Is Quite Without Indulgence For Our Defects And That Of Mantegna Is Pitiless. I Am Grateful To Him. Harshness, In The Realm Of The Arts, Is A Virtue, And It Is Sometimes A Good Thing To See Oneself As One Is. My Stupor, However, Comes From The Fact That People Recognise Me Where I Myself Seem To See A Stranger. This Leads One To Meditate More Deeply On The Matter. Are They Dwelling On My Superficial Appearance Rather Than On What I Really Am? Who Can Say?
— Marie Ferranti —

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