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Étiquette : Egon Schiele

Insight #107

Egon SCHIELE – Portrait d’Eva Freund, c. 1910 – Aquarelle et crayon noir sur papier, 20.3 x 30.2cm

 

“On comprend quand on aime, et on devrait toujours aimer quand on comprend.”

“We understand when we love, and we should always love when we understand.”

― Arthur Roessler, Egon Schiele en prison

 

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Insight #76

Gustav Klimt, Music, teaching, learning
Gustav KLIMT – Music, 1895 – Huile sur toile, 44.5 x 37 cm

 

“Peut-être vous pouvez m’apprendre quelque chose.”

― Gustav Klimt à Egon Schiele
lorsque ce dernier , âgé de 17 ans, lui demanda s’il pouvait devenir son élève

“Perhaps you can teach me something.”

― Gustav Klimt to Egon Schiele
when the latter, at age 17, asks if he might take him as a student

 

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Self, fish

Egon SCHIELE – Gustav Klimt im blauen Malerkittel, 1913 – 48 x 32 cm

 

There existed a psychotherapist who believed that many of the problems people brought to him were characterized by the existence of ‘fish’ in their dreams.

One day a client came to him and was discussing the problems he had.

”Tell me,” said the psychotherapist, “did you dream last night?”

“I might have done,” replied the client.

“And tell me, in this dream was there a river?”

“I don’t think so,” replied the client.

“Well, was there any water, if not a river?”

“I guess there might have been.”

“And was there a pool on the ground?”

“I couldn’t be certain but it’s possible,” the client replied.

“And in this pool could there have been a fish?”

“I can’t rule out the possibility that there might have been a fish.”

“Aha!” said the psychotherapist. “I knew it!”

 

Source: briancullen.net, Sue Knight

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