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Art is exalted above religion and race. Not a single solitary soul these days believes in the religions of the Assyrians
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"Art is exalted above religion and race. Not a single solitary soul these days believes in the religions of the Assyrians, the Egyptians and the Greeks... Only their art, whenever it was beautiful, stands proud and exalted, rising above all time"

- Emil Nolde

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Emil Nolde, a German-Danish painter and also printmaker, was understood for his expressionistic paintings, watercolors, and sketches. The quote "Art is honored over religion and also race ..." shows Nolde's beliefs that art is a long-lasting cultural heritage that goes beyond the temporal as well as spatial restrictions of spiritual and also racial borders.

In this quote, Nolde implies that while the religions of the Assyrians, Egyptians, as well as Greeks might have been lost to background, their art still stands as proof of their existence as well as cultural tradition. He even more recommends that the elegance and also excellence of art serve as a testimony to the imagination and resourcefulness of the human spirit, which can motivate generations to find.

Nolde's quote additionally suggests that art is truly universal as well as egalitarian in nature, as it is not restricted by spiritual or social differences. It stands alone as an effective tool for communication as well as expression that can share the significance of the human experience without the requirement for words or description.

On the whole, Nolde's quote highlights the enduring and also transformative power of art as a cultural artifact and as a resource of motivation that transcends time, religious beliefs, and also race.

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Emil Nolde This quote is written / told by Emil Nolde between August 7, 1867 and April 15, 1956. He was a famous Artist from Germany. The author also have 4 other quotes.

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