I note Lubbock here "praising her for doing things ("depicting... innerReminding me of how I often quote Picasso, "Artists are all thieves." Once I got over the initial defense in being named a thief I purely understood. In my study of artists and travels I adore those AH HA moments like when I was in Spain at the mosaics of Park Guell by Gaudi and suddenly saw what Dali saw and understood his inspiration. I'll have to make notes as I find these experiences increasing. Alyson Stanfield and Robert Genn advised recently in blogs or newsletters on continuing to be educated in art history. When I locate the exact articles I will include a link, sorry my friends. I believe it was Alyson who said how so often artists take claim to "unique" work and how the use of that word is so unfitting especially if an artist would have been aware of art history.
sensations") that painters have been doing for ages.
I mean, what was that guy called? It'll come back to me eventually. Pablo Something-or-other. "
In reading more I came across "An Auction of New Chinese Art Leaves Disjointed Noses in Its Wake" by By DAVID BARBOZA Published: May 7, 2008 Art Section in New York Times It is amazing how at all levels there is deception, broken promises, misleading outcomes where the person responsible comments about the artists “They’re riding the wave”. Catching waves of PR is nice, yeah but sometimes even sugar can't cure a bitter lemonade. OK sour note or not, like Looney Tunes, That's all folks. I must paint.