Eugene Delacroix Quotes

Top 54 wise famous quotes and sayings by Eugene Delacroix

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Eugene Delacroix quotes: We work not only to produce, but to give value to time. We work not only to produce, but to give value to time.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: To be understood a writer has to explain almost everything. To be understood a writer has to explain almost everything.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: How can this world, which is so beautiful, include so much horror? How can this world, which is so beautiful, include so much horror?
Eugene Delacroix quotes: One must learn to be grateful for one's own findings. One must learn to be grateful for one's own findings.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Even when we look at nature, our imagination constructs the picture. Even when we look at nature, our imagination constructs the picture.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: A taste for simplicity cannot endure for long. A taste for simplicity cannot endure for long.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: The source of genius is imagination alone. The source of genius is imagination alone.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Experience has two things to teach. The first is that we must correct a great deal and the second, that we must not correct too much. Experience has two things to teach. The first is that we must correct a great deal and the second, that we must not correct too much.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Perhaps the sketch of a work is so pleasing because everyone can finish it as he chooses. Perhaps the sketch of a work is so pleasing because everyone can finish it as he chooses.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: In abandoning the vagueness of the sketch the artist shows more of his personality by revealing the range but also the limitations of his talent. In abandoning the vagueness of the sketch the artist shows more of his personality by revealing the range but also the limitations of his talent.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: The contour should come last, only a very experienced eye can place it rightly. The contour should come last, only a very experienced eye can place it rightly.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Nature is a dictionary; one draws words from it. Nature is a dictionary; one draws words from it.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: The secret of not having worries, for me at least, is to have ideas. The secret of not having worries, for me at least, is to have ideas.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: One never paints violently enough. One never paints violently enough.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: One should not be too difficult. An artist should not treat himself like an enemy. One should not be too difficult. An artist should not treat himself like an enemy.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Do all the work you can; that is the whole philosophy of the good way of life. Do all the work you can; that is the whole philosophy of the good way of life.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: What I have done cannot be taken from me. What I have done cannot be taken from me.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: A wife of your own stature is the greatest of all blessings. A wife of your own stature is the greatest of all blessings.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: When all is said and done scholars can do no more than find in nature what is already there. When all is said and done scholars can do no more than find in nature what is already there.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: What is real for me are the illusions I create with my paintings. Everything else is quicksand. What is real for me are the illusions I create with my paintings. Everything else is quicksand.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Curiously enough, the Sublime is generally achieved through want of proportion. Curiously enough, the Sublime is generally achieved through want of proportion.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Seeing artistically does not happen automatically. We must constantly develop our powers of observation. Seeing artistically does not happen automatically. We must constantly develop our powers of observation.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: A picture is nothing but a bridge between the soul of the artist and that of the spectator. A picture is nothing but a bridge between the soul of the artist and that of the spectator.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: If one considered life as a simple loan, one would perhaps be less exacting. We possess actually nothing; everything goes through us. If one considered life as a simple loan, one would perhaps be less exacting. We possess actually nothing; everything goes through us.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: A taste for simplicity cannot last for long. A taste for simplicity cannot last for long.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: The artist who aims at perfection in everything achieves it in nothing. The artist who aims at perfection in everything achieves it in nothing.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: What drives men of genius is their obsession with the idea that what has already been done is not good enough. What drives men of genius is their obsession with the idea that what has already been done is not good enough.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Men of genius are made not by new ideas, but by an idea which possesses them, namely, that what has been said has not yet been sufficiently said. Men of genius are made not by new ideas, but by an idea which possesses them, namely, that what has been said has not yet been sufficiently said.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: One always has to spoil a picture a little bit, in order to finish it. One always has to spoil a picture a little bit, in order to finish it.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Draftsmen may be made, but colorists are born. Draftsmen may be made, but colorists are born.
Eugene Delacroix quotes: Draughtsmen may be made, but colourists are born. Draughtsmen may be made, but colourists are born.