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To any artist, worthy of the name, all in nature is beautiful, because his eyes, fearlessly accepting all exterior truth
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"To any artist, worthy of the name, all in nature is beautiful, because his eyes, fearlessly accepting all exterior truth, read there, as in an open book, all the inner truth"

- Auguste Rodin

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This quote by Auguste Rodin speaks with the power of art and the artist's capability to see beauty in all of nature. He suggests that an artist who is truly worthwhile of the name is able to look at the world around them and see the beauty in it. This is because they are able to look beyond the surface area and see the inner truth that lies beneath. They have the ability to look at the world with courageous eyes, and see the appeal that lies within. This quote speaks to the power of art and the artist's ability to see appeal in all of nature. It recommends that an artist who is genuinely deserving of the name has the ability to take a look at the world around them and see the beauty in it. They are able to look beyond the surface area and see the inner fact that lies beneath. They are able to look at the world with fearless eyes, and see the appeal that lies within. This quote is a tip that art is an effective tool that can be used to see the appeal on the planet, and to appreciate the inner truth that lies beneath.

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Auguste Rodin This quote is written / told by Auguste Rodin between November 12, 1840 and November 17, 1917. He was a famous Sculptor from France. The author also have 14 other quotes.

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