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SummaryConstantin Brancusi (born as Constantin Brāncuşi in Hobiţa, Romania, died in Paris, France) was a famous Sculptor from Romania, who lived between February 19, 1876 and March 16, 1957. He became 81 years old.
BiographyConstantin Brāncuşi produced some of the most innovative works of art before World War One. His work is so minimalist and abstract that they will represent a modernist sculpture.
Zodiac etc.He is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 11 quotes who is written / told by Constantin.
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Famous quotes by Constantin Brancusi (11)
"When you see a fish you don't think of its scales, do you? You think of its speed, its floating, flashing body seen through the water... If I made fins and eyes and scales, I would arrest its movement, give a pattern or shape of reality. I want just the flash of its spirit"
"Things are not difficult to make; what is difficult is putting ourselves in the state of mind to make them"
"They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior but the idea, the essence of things"
"Don't look for obscure formulas or mystery in my work. It is pure joy that I offer you. Look at my sculptures until you see them. Those closest to God have seen them"
"Simplicity is not an objective in art, but one achieves simplicity despite one's self by entering into the real sense of things"
"What is real is not the external form, but the essence of things... it is impossible for anyone to express anything essentially real by imitating its exterior surface"