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Quotidien Quote #5

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Wolf Kahn, by Justin Spring, with an essay by Louis Finkelstein, ©1996, Wolf Kahn, Published by Harry Abrams Page 103: “The textures of painterliness serve in descriptive painting to differentiate focus. In both abstract and representational painting they shape – an analogy to musical compostion – a work’s “inner voices.” Finally, paint quality often signifies not only turmoil but also its opposite: grace, fluency, closure, the completion of interweaving of all the constituent parts, a physical unity that stands for […]