„At the time of making a picture, I want not to know what I am doing.; a picture should me made with feeling, not with knowing.“

—  Hans Hofmann, Quote from an interview with w:Elaine de Kooning, 'Hans Hofmann paints a picture', 1950; in Artnews, February 1950, 38 (article 38-41 and 58-59)
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