|—||Sylvia Plath (via observando)|
Modigliani, nudo seduto (1916)
|—||Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (via letteratura-litterature)|
|—||Truman Capote; Truman Capote: Conversations (via wordpainting)|
are the only words he knows.
|—||Bronwen Wallace, from: “Woman at the Next” (via learningfromthehands)|
|—||Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha (via letteratura-litterature)|
“It is a two-way traffic, the language of the unsaid.”
art: Christine Muraton
Seeing sketches and prep work of a famous artist is always good because it crumbles the popular conception of inspiration. To see Michelangelo screaming at a charcoal drawing because he can’t get god’s face right, would be the most positive thing in the world for the struggling artist.