Truth Quotes - Page 3

True relaxation, which would do me the world of good, does not exist for me.
– Gustav Klimt

Humanity lives in its fiction.
– Blaise Cendrars

The more abstract is form, the more clear and direct its appeal.
– Wassily Kandinsky

Everything that is visible hides something that is invisible.
– Rene Magritte

Each thing we see hides something else we want to see.
– Rene Magritte

A thing which is present can be invisible, hidden by what it shows.
– Rene Magritte

There’s no such thing as a bad Picasso, but some are less good than others.
– Pablo Picasso

If there were only one truth, you couldn’t paint a hundred canvases on the same theme.
– Pablo Picasso

You can’t run without taking risks.
– Pablo Picasso

Darkness is absence of light. Shadow is diminution of light.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

If you are alone you belong entirely to yourself.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

The human being, creature of eyes, needs the image.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

Truth was the only daughter of Time.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

Putting your hand into a river, you simultaneously touch the last of what is passing and the first of what is coming.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

Every part is disposed to unite with the whole, that it may thereby escape from its own incompleteness.
– Leonardo Da Vinci

The belonging you seek is not behind you. It is ahead.
– Anonymous

The head which does not turn backwards towards horizons that have vanished contains neither thought nor love.
– Victor Hugo

When the north wind blew across the tar ponds, voices were carried away.
– Jonathan Campbell

Sometimes loneliness makes the loudest noise.
– Anonymous

If you’re not happy with yourself, how can you even begin to figure out if another person makes you happy, annoyed, angry, sad and so on.
– S.A. Tawks