- Louise Bourgeois with FEMME VOLAGE (1951, Coll: Guggenheim Museum, New York)
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Famous quotes containing the word images:
“The base of all artistic genius is the power of conceiving humanity in a new, striking, rejoicing way, of putting a happy world of its own creation in place of the meaner world of common days, of generating around itself an atmosphere with a novel power of refraction, selecting, transforming, recombining the images it transmits, according to the choice of the imaginative intellect. In exercising this power, painting and poetry have a choice of subject almost unlimited.”
—Walter Pater (18391894)
“It was at a particular moment in the history of my own rages that I saw the Western world conditioned by the images of Marx, Darwin and Freud; and Marx, Darwin and Freud are the three most crashing bores of the Western world. The simplistic popularization of their ideas has thrust our world into a mental straitjacket from which we can only escape by the most anarchic violence.”
—William Golding (b. 1911)
“We picked each other from afar and knew
What hour of terror comes to test the soul,
And in that terrors name obeyed the call,
And understood, what none have understood,
Those images that waken in the blood.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)