„Every great work of art should be considered like any work of nature. First of all from the point of view of its aesthetic reality and then not just from its development and the mastery of its creation but from the standpoint of what has moved and agitated its creator.“

Attributed without citation at The Art Story http://www.theartstory.org/artist-modigliani-amedeo.htm.

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