Howard Pyle Quotes

Top 20 wise famous quotes and sayings by Howard Pyle

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Howard Pyle Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Howard Pyle quotes: A good deal of large and rather interesting work is drifting my way. A good deal of large and rather interesting work is drifting my way.
Howard Pyle quotes: I am of use to the younger artists through the advice and criticism which I give them. I am of use to the younger artists through the advice and criticism which I give them.
Howard Pyle quotes: Now there was no sign of any foul weather, but when one wishes to do a thing . . . one finds no lack of reasons for the doing. Now there was no sign of any foul weather, but when one wishes to do a thing . . . one finds no lack of reasons for the doing.
Howard Pyle quotes: The student learns rules but all the rules in the world never make a picture. The student learns rules but all the rules in the world never make a picture.
Howard Pyle quotes: He who jumps for the moon and gets it not leaps higher than he who stoops for a penny in the mud. He who jumps for the moon and gets it not leaps higher than he who stoops for a penny in the mud.
Howard Pyle quotes: Art is the expression of those beauties and emotions that stir the human soul. Art is the expression of those beauties and emotions that stir the human soul.
Howard Pyle quotes: Will you come with me, sweet Reader? I thank you. Give me your hand. Will you come with me, sweet Reader? I thank you. Give me your hand.
Howard Pyle quotes: (H)ope, be it never so faint, bringeth a gleam into darkness, like a little rushlight that costeth but a groat. (H)ope, be it never so faint, bringeth a gleam into darkness, like a little rushlight that costeth but a groat.
Howard Pyle quotes: Talk about life - but in your own way. Talk about life - but in your own way.
Howard Pyle quotes: Your subjects have had a history - try to reveal it in your picture. Your subjects have had a history - try to reveal it in your picture.
Howard Pyle quotes: Project your mind into your subject until you actually live in it. Project your mind into your subject until you actually live in it.
Howard Pyle quotes: What is done is done; and the cracked egg cannot be cured. What is done is done; and the cracked egg cannot be cured.
Howard Pyle quotes: Gaffer Swanthold speaks truth when he saith, 'Better a crust with content than honey with a sour heart. Gaffer Swanthold speaks truth when he saith, 'Better a crust with content than honey with a sour heart.
Howard Pyle quotes: I think it likely that some of my pupils will reach unusual distinction. I think it likely that some of my pupils will reach unusual distinction.
Howard Pyle quotes: It may be," said he, "that the wisdom of little children flies higher than our heavy wits can follow. It may be," said he, "that the wisdom of little children flies higher than our heavy wits can follow.
Howard Pyle quotes: The right to suffer is one of the joys of a free economy. The right to suffer is one of the joys of a free economy.