must simply feel or sense that he or she has created a meaningful shape
and surface passage. This cannot be accomplished without understanding
the subject's anatomy.
Take any man and develop his mind and soul and heart
to the fullest by the right work and the right study
and then let him find through this training
the utmost freedom of expression.
For a man ceases to imitate when he has achieved
the power to express fully and freely his own ideas.
- Robert Henri
Roosting Rooster Fragment I
19"H 26"W 6"D
"Loose" is how it looks, not how it's done.
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