Words of Wisdom: Harrington Mann (1864-1937)

by Matthew Innis |

“There is one thing about painting – you can be a student to the end of your days.  You can never learn all you want to know.  There is no end to adventure and experiment.  There is always a problem to be solved and there is intense pleasure all the time in trying to solve…

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