Alfred Sisley Quotes | Quotes by Alfred Sisley
1I always start a painting with the sky.
2The animation of the canvas is one of the hardest problems of painting.
3To mention only contemporaries, Delacroix, Corot, Millet, Rousseau, Courbet are masters. And finally [I like] all those [painters] who loved and had a strong feeling for nature.
4I like all those painters who loved and had a strong feeling for nature.
5Every picture shows a spot with which the artist has fallen in love.
6The motif must always be set down in a simple way, easily grasped and understood by the beholder. By the elimination of superfluous detail, the spectator should be led along the road that the artist indicates to him, and from the first be made to notice what the artist has felt.
7Though the artist must remain master of his craft, the surface, at times raised to the highest pitch of loveliness, should transmit to the beholder the sensation which possessed the artist.
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