I recently saw an extensive collections of Picasso paintings, drawings, and sculptures at the Seattle Art Museum. Throughout the exhibit famous quotes from Picasso were featured on the walls, including this one (which I have heard before):
“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
It suddenly occurred to me that I have this in common with Picasso: I am sticking with what I find more difficult. That is to say, it took me four years to paint like a child, but I am endeavoring to spend a lifetime learning to paint like Raphael.
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