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Eleanor Munro

  • I wonder whether it might not even be possible to generalize and say the successful artist is one who, among other things, finds by luck, labor, instinct, or whatever a form and image to reflect in power (never in literal representation) the original sensory experiences that were received by the [child's] innocent mind. And by contrast, a failed or weak artist would then be one for whom, among other things, the way back is lost or confused or the reflecting image a counterfeit one or mechanically imitative.

  • The artist moves in a circle to reclaim the past.

    • Eleanor Munro,
    • in Eric Maisel, Fearless Creating ()

Eleanor Munro, U.S. writer

(1929)