- Louise Bourgeois with FEMME VOLAGE (1951, Coll: Guggenheim Museum, New York)
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Famous quotes containing the word images:
“Style a tablet at every noon time, Lady,
With bold images of a timid boy!”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“No healthy man, in his secret heart, is content with his destiny. He is tortured by dreams and images as a child is tortured by the thought of a state of existence in which it would live in a candy store and have two stomachs.”
—H.L. (Henry Lewis)
“The world is for thousands a freak show; the images flicker past and vanish; the impressions remain flat and unconnected in the soul. Thus they are easily led by the opinions of others, are content to let their impressions be shuffled and rearranged and evaluated differently.”
—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (17491832)