„Well, I'm a painter, I was trained as a painter…I seem to have spent a little less time painting than I might've done…But it didn't transcend the feeling of playing at UFO and those sort of places with the lights and that, the fact that the group was getting bigger and bigger.“

Melody Maker, March 1971

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músico, cantante y compositor inglés, fundador de Pink Floyd 1946 - 2006

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„Awaited on my turn to burn can I get a light? Little dog, bigger bite, Jackson Five, little Mike.“

—  Lil Wayne American rapper, singer, record executive and businessman 1982

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„For me, being a 'lady painter' was never an issue. I don't resent being a female painter. I don't exploit it. I paint.“

—  Helen Frankenthaler American artist 1928 - 2011

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„As time goes on and the horrors pile up, the mind seems to secrete a sort of self-protecting ignorance which needs a harder and harder shock to pierce it, just as the body will become immunised to a drug and require bigger and bigger doses.“

—  George Orwell English author and journalist 1903 - 1950

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„Paintings are memories. Memories of the painter who painted them. Memories that can be shared as well. Paintings are things to remember things by.“

—  James Rosenquist American artist 1933 - 2017

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„I thought that the painter had no right to paint so unclearly....(but) the first faint doubt as to the importance of an 'object' as the necessary element in painting.“

—  Wassily Kandinsky Russian painter 1866 - 1944

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„If I were a painter
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If that's the only way for you to be with me“

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„The thought of becoming a painter never as much as occurred to me. I would have laughed out loud if someone had suggested that I choose painting as a career. To be a painter is not a business, no more than to be an artist, lover, racer, dreamer, or prizefighter. It is a gift of Nature, a gift..“

—  Maurice de Vlaminck French painter 1876 - 1958

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„Don't you think your Corot [to Guilemet the painter] is a little short on temperament? I'm painting a portrait of Vallabreque; the highlight on the nose is pure vermilion“

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„A great portrait is always more a portrait of the painter than of the painted.“

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„Not every painter has a gift for painting, in fact, many painters are disappointed when they meet with difficulties in art. Painting done under pressure by artists without the necessary talent can only give rise to formlessness, as painting is a profession that requires peace of mind. The painter must always seek the essence of things, always represent the essential characteristics and emotions of the person he is painting..“

—  Titian Italian painter 1488 - 1576

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