Irving Stone Quotes: As He Went About To The Other Workrooms

As He Went About To The Other Workrooms He Realised That Every Painting Was A Self-portrait Even When It Was A Still Life Or A Scene Over The Roofs Of Paris; For No Man Ever Pictured Anything But Himself, His Core, The Things That He Was Basically. With Every Brush Stroke The Artist Was Mercilessly Exposed: He Could Not Conceal Nothing, He Could Pretend To Be Another Person, To Believe In Other Values, But In The End He Would Fool No One.
— Irving Stone —

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