Walter J. Phillips Quotes

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Humility counts for much, but it may be that vanity does not dispossess that admirable quality. -Walter J. Phillips
Beauty may be perceived in any scene by one with sympathy and understanding. Beauty is in the mind. -Walter J. Phillips
For an intelligent estimate of your technique go to another artist working in the same medium. -Walter J. Phillips
The beauty and wonders of nature are as alluring as the pursuit of Art, and made of me a landscape painter. -Walter J. Phillips
Let it not be assumed that the artist is so smug as to dislike true criticism. No sincere artist was ever completely satisfied with his labour. -Walter J. Phillips
The true artist and the sane collector never will tolerate insincerity and impudence. -Walter J. Phillips
Realism is condemned by those artists whose poverty of technique does not permit them to express it. -Walter J. Phillips
The character of the subject must influence the choice of the method of its representation. -Walter J. Phillips
Subject has the variety of life. -Walter J. Phillips
Beauty, pleasure, and the good things of life are intensified, and perhaps only exist, by reason of contrast. -Walter J. Phillips
Colour is as variable and evanescent in the form of pigment as in visible nature. -Walter J. Phillips
Water is the most expressive element in nature. It responds to every mood from tranquility to turbulence. -Walter J. Phillips
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