E.H. Gombrich Quotes

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E.H. Gombrich quotes: But Louis XIV had clever ministers, mainly men of humble origin chosen for their outstanding ability. But Louis XIV had clever ministers, mainly men of humble origin chosen for their outstanding ability.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: Anyone who can handle a needle convincingly can make us see a thread which is not there. Anyone who can handle a needle convincingly can make us see a thread which is not there.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: So much gold reached Europe from India and America that burghers grew richer and richer as knights and landowners grew poorer and poorer. So much gold reached Europe from India and America that burghers grew richer and richer as knights and landowners grew poorer and poorer.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: There is no reality without interpretation; just as there is no innocent eye, there is no innocent ear. There is no reality without interpretation; just as there is no innocent eye, there is no innocent ear.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: At first there's nothing to see, but you feel a sort of weariness that tells you something is in the air. At first there's nothing to see, but you feel a sort of weariness that tells you something is in the air.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: And it is because they seem so natural that they are so beautiful. And it is because they seem so natural that they are so beautiful.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: The artist creates his own elite, and the elite its own artists. The artist creates his own elite, and the elite its own artists.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: One never finishes learning about art. There are always new things to discover. One never finishes learning about art. There are always new things to discover.
E.H. Gombrich quotes: In those days they weren't citizens as we know them, but old landowning families with vast estates of fields and meadows. In those days they weren't citizens as we know them, but old landowning families with vast estates of fields and meadows.