Art: Word from the Master

When British Photographer Felix Man began compiling a book on eight contemporary European artists, he asked each of his subjects to contribute a drawing and a statement on his philosophy of art. The contributions soon arrived from seven: Georges Braque ("I search rather to put myself in unison with nature than to copy her"), Marc Chagall ("A painting is born into the world like a child"). Fernand Léger, Le Corbusier, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland. But it was not until the book was ready for the presses that Photographer Man got...

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