„I do not evolve, I AM.“

—  Pablo Picasso, Disputed, Yo no busco, yo encuentro. Quoted in Graham Sutherland, "A Trend in English Draughtsmanship", Signature, III (1936), pp. 7-13. Ref: en.wikiquote.org - Pablo Picasso / Disputed

Yo no busco; yo encuentro.

Source: Citado en [Pérez-Bermúdez Inglés], Carlos. Lo que enseña el arte, (2a ed.): La percepción estética en Arnheim. Editorial Universitat de València, 2011. ISBN 9788437082738, p. 120.

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pintor espanhol 1881 - 1973

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