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”Artists are like silkworms. In the beginning they eat and eat, study, practice and learn.
Then they stop at one point. They bring fbers out of themselves. Like the silk is to the
silkworm, personal style is to the artist. He is its prisoner. But he has to cut out at one time.
Then he is a butterfy, fapping his two wings, he fies from fower to fower. It is then he is a
mature artist, savouring honey from the myriad forms of the world. That changes his way
of work, gives him a new vision.”
Nandalal Bose: Thoughts on Vision and Creation, Santiniketan 1941.
Dialogue with the Gods, 45 x 55 cm, 2002
Old Indian manuscript