Posts Tagged ‘Jean-Francois Millet’

The Future of Art

Friday, March 1st, 1991

It is art that acknowl­edges the struggle of its own making, and conveys a sense of life as composed of frag­ments, where not every­thing is legible, and some things are irrev­o­cably ruined or lost. The past haunts and enriches the present. Memory and imag­i­na­tion are inter­twined. It is a mirror of the soul.

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Jean-Francois Millet: Seeds of Impressionism

Friday, June 1st, 1984

Jean-Fran­cois MILLET saw a time­less beauty and sadness in life, in evenings dark and filled with color. “What I know of happi­ness is the quiet, the silence, that you can savor so deli­ciously, either in the forests, or in the fields,” he wrote.

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