Pablo Picasso Quotes
Born: October 25, 1881
Died: April 8, 1973
Nature does many things the way I do, but she hides them!
Love must be proven by facts and not by reasons.
Inspiration exists, but you have to find it working.
Computers are useless - all they can give you are answers.
How often have I found that wanting to use blue, I didn't have it so I used a red instead of the blue.
If it's good, it's mine. If it's bad, it's a fake.
Photography has arrived at the point where it is capable of liberating painting from all literature, from the anecdote, and even from the subject. In any case, a certain aspect of the subject now belongs to the domain of photography. So shouldn't painters profit from their newly acquired liberty, and make use of it to do other things?
In art, practice always comes before theory.
I am always making that what I am not capable, in an attempt to learn how to doing it.
Don't waste your youth growing up.
I paint the way some people write an autobiography. The paintings, finished or not, are the pages from my diary.
Art sweeps the everyday dust from your soul.
Music and art are the guiding lights of the world.
Everything we can dream can be real.
Art isn't done to decorate apartments, but to wage war against the enemy.
All children paint like geniuses. What do we do to them that so quickly dulls this ability?
Style is besides the point. Nobody would pay attention if one always said the same thing, in the same words and the same tone of voice.
Two of the most frustrated trades are dentists and photographers - dentists because they want to be doctors, and photographers because they want to be painters.
The more technique there is, the less there is
If I could say this I wouldn't have to paint.