Words of Wisdom: Couture’s Advice to the Young Artist

by Matthew Innis |

Read much;  you are young, digestion will be easy.  Live in good company, and cultivate intimacy with young people who are well advanced in art. Never wish to be greater than you are;  above all things beware of expressing other people’s opinions as if they were your own:  that brings ruin;  it leads to darkness;…

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