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True artists are almost the only men who do their work for pleasure
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"True artists are almost the only men who do their work for pleasure"

- Auguste Rodin

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Auguste Rodin's quote suggests that real artists are the only people who do their work for the large happiness of it. He suggests that other people might do their work for money, recognition, or other external benefits, however real artists are inspired by the pleasure they receive from producing. This might be interpreted as a declaration of admiration for the commitment and enthusiasm of artists, or as a criticism of those who do not do their work for the love of it. It might also be viewed as a suggestion to artists to remain true to their imaginative vision and not be swayed by external pressures. Ultimately, Rodin's quote is a reminder that art need to be developed for the satisfaction of the artist, which this is the only method to create something truly meaningful.

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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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