To finish a work? To finish a picture? What nonsense! To finish it means to be through with it, to kill it, to rid it of its soul, to give it its final blow the coup de grace for the painter as well as for the picture.

By : Pablo Picasso 0 Likes          


As long as a house is like yours, and as long as you work together with your brothers, not a house in the world will be able to compete with you, to cause you harm or to take advantage of you, for together you can undertake and perform more than any house in the world.

By : Nathan Meyer Rothschild

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The road to hell is paved with works-in-progress.

By : Philip Roth

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And I just want to work with good directors and good people.

By : Charlie Hunnam

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My father was a civil servant, fairly sort of middle ranking, low to middle ranking. He worked almost entirely in what was then called Administrative Labour, dealing with employment and unemployment issues.

By : John Hume

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You can employ men and hire hands to work for you, but you must win their hearts to have them work with you.

By : Merle Shain

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The paintings are transferred from my computer to a disk, and I can hand it to the printer this way

By : Buffy Sainte-Marie

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No, I worked a lot for European television, doing documentaries in Brazil.

By : Walter Salles

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I just recently did a film with Disney, and they put the drawings straight on the computer. And it's all painted on the computer now and not by hand anymore.

By : Gerald Scarfe

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I think the lack of precision and deep focus is why it took me years to build up my work.

By : Gil Kane

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I still feel like I'm doing this for the same reasons and working just as hard.

By : Scott Wolf

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Ford used to come to work in a big car with two Admiral's flags, on each side of the car. His assistant would be there with his accordion, playing, Hail to the Chief.

By : Richard Widmark

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I just want to keep creating stuff, work regularly and learn how to use a computer properly.

By : Paul Putner

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