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Details In Art Quotes By Carolyn V. Hamilton: Documenting little details of your everyday life becomes Documenting little details of your everyday life becomes a celebration of who you are. Carolyn V. Hamilton
Details In Art Quotes By Arthur Erickson: The details are the very source of expression The details are the very source of expression in architecture. But we are caught in a vice between art and the bottom line. Arthur Erickson
Details In Art Quotes By Marty Rubin: To extract major truths from minor details is To extract major truths from minor details is an artist's job. Marty Rubin
Details In Art Quotes By Tove Jansson: Making a whole is very important. Most people Making a whole is very important. Most people paint things and forget the whole. — Tove Jansson
Details In Art Quotes By Christian Marclay: Art is all in the details. Art is all in the details. — Christian Marclay
Details In Art Quotes By Nina Fedoroff: For me science is not different from art, For me science is not different from art, except in the one small, crucial detail that experiments speak their own truths, not ours. — Nina Fedoroff
Details In Art Quotes By Clive Bell: Detail is the heart of realism, and the Detail is the heart of realism, and the fatty degeneration of art. — Clive Bell
Details In Art Quotes By Charlie Chaplin: There are more valid facts and details in There are more valid facts and details in works of art than there are in history books. — Charlie Chaplin
Details In Art Quotes By Iggy Pop: When it comes to art, money is an When it comes to art, money is an unimportant detail. It just happens to be a huge unimportant detail. — Iggy Pop
Details In Art Quotes By Paul Bailey: It is one of the ironies of biographical It is one of the ironies of biographical art that some details are more relevant than others, and many details have no relevance at all. — Paul Bailey