Famous Sayings And Quotes About Painting!


Painting Is Just Another Way Of Keeping A Diary. Pablo Picasso

Painting Is Self-Discovery. Every Good Artist Paints What He Is. Jackson Pollock

Painting Is Concerned With All The 10 Attributes Of Sight; Which Are: Darkness, Light, Solidity And Colour, Form And Position, Distance And Propinquity, Motion And Rest. Leonardo Da Vinci

Painting Is An Illusion, A Piece Of Magic, So What You See Is Not What You See. Philip Guston

Good Painting Is Like Good Cooking; It Can Be Tasted, But Not Explained. Maurice De Vlaminck

Painting Is An Infinitely Minute Part Of My Personality. Salvador Dali

Painting Is Easy When You Don’t Know How, But Very Difficult When You Do. Edgar Degas

Painting Is Not For Me Either Decorative Amusement, Or The Plastic Invention Of Felt Reality; It

Must Be Every Time: Invention, Discovery, Revelation. Max Ernst

Every Painting Is A Voyage Into A Sacred Harbour. Giotto Di Bondone

The Painting Has A Life Of Its Own. I Try To Let It Come Through. Jackson Pollock

Painting Is A Nail To Which I Fasten My Ideas. Georges Braque

Painting From Nature Is Not Copying The Object; It Is Realizing One’s Sensations. Paul Cezanne

A Good Painting To Me Has Always Been Like A Friend. It Keeps Me Company, Comforts And
Inspires. Hedy Lamarr

Painting Is By Nature A Luminous Language. Robert Delaunay

Painting Is A Blind Man’s Profession. He Paints Not What He Sees, But What He Feels, What He

Tells Himself About What He Has Seen. Pablo Picasso

In Painting You Must Give The Idea Of The True By Means Of The False. Edgar Degas

Painting Is An Essentially Concrete Art And Can Only Consist Of The Representation Of Real And Existing Things. –Gustave Courbet

The Point Of Painting Is Not Really Deception Or Imitation. A. S. Byatt

Painting Is A Faith, And It Imposes The Duty To Disregard Public Opinion. Vincent Van Gogh

Painting Will Have To Deal More Fully And Less Obliquely With Life And Nature’s Phenomena Before It Can Again Become Great. Edward Hopper

Painting Is A Source Of Endless Pleasure, But Also Of Great Anguish. Balthus

For Me, Painting Is A Way To Forget Life. It Is A Cry In The Night, A Strangled Laugh. Georges Rouault

One Learns About Painting By Looking At And Imitating Other Painters. Frank Stella

Painting Is The Aesthetic Side Of The Object But It Has Never Been Original, Has Never Been Its Own Goal. Kazimir Malevich

Painting Becomes Interesting When It Becomes Timeless. Peter Doig

Painting Calmed The Chaos That Shook My Soul. Niki De St. Phalle

Painting Does What We Cannot Do – It Brings A Three-Dimensional World Into A Two Dimensional Plane. Chuck Jones

Painting Is The Frozen Evidence Of A Performance. Chuck Close

Painting Contains A Divine Force Which… Makes The Dead Seem Almost Alive. Leon Battista Alberti

Painting Is The Passage From The Chaos Of The Emotions To The Order Of The Possible. Balthus