Words of Wisdom: Frederic Lord Leighton

by Matthew Innis |

“I have the reputation of being a rapid worker, but in reality I am a very steady, slow worker.  I make many experiments before I begin, but when I start I go straight away.  I work with a belief that the deliberate work is the swiftest…  I paint practically all day, according to the work…

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