Art And Life Quotes

Art And Life Quotes by Hugh Walpole, Margot Fonteyn, Georges Braque, Harold Rosenberg, Robert Rauschenberg, Jean Paul and many others.

Art and life ought to be hurriedly remarried and brough

Art and life ought to be hurriedly remarried and brought to live together.
Hugh Walpole
Great artists are people who find the way to be themselves in their art. Any sort of pretension induces mediocrity in art and life alike.
Margot Fonteyn
With age, art and life become one.
Georges Braque
The new painting has broken down every distinction between art and life.
Harold Rosenberg
Painting relates to both art and life. Neither can be made – I try to act in the gap.
Robert Rauschenberg
Art is indeed not the bread but the wine of life.
Jean Paul
Art and life are subjective. Not everybody’s gonna dig what I dig, but I reserve the right to dig it.
Whoopi Goldberg
Art is a lie that makes us realize truth.
Pablo Picasso
There is a difference between art and life and that difference is readability.
Marian Engel
Art and life really are the same, and both can only be about a spiritual journey, a path towards a re-union with a supreme creator, with god, with the divine; and this is true no matter how unlikely, how strange, how unorthodox, one’s particular life path might appear to one’s self or others at any given moment.
Genesis P-Orridge
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
Albert Einstein
Life is the art of drawing without an eraser.
John W. Gardner
In art and life we’re always reading bodies and behaviors (and skies and skylines or whatever), constructing brief and shifting coherences, and I guess I want to capture that process of characterization and re-characterization instead of offering up a few stable, easily-summarized individuals.
Ben Lerner
I think art is a total thing. A total person giving a contribution. It is an essence, a soul.. In my inner soul art and life are inseparable
Eva Hesse
Well, I’ve been blessed with good hair, or at least some people think it is. It is the way it is, sort of does what it wants to. So, yeah, I guess it is [a metaphor for your views on art and life].
David Lynch
I feel that the only thing that really matters in art and life is to go against the tidal wave of literalism and literal-mindedness-to insist on and live the life of the imagination.
David Salle
In my inner soul art and life are inseparable.
Eva Hesse