'You can teach a man to draw a straight line, and to cut one, and to curve it; and to copy any number of given lines with admirable speed and perfect precision; but if you ask him to think about it, to consider if he can not find any better on his own head, he stops: his execution becomes hesitating; he thinks, he makes a mistake in the first touch he gives to his work as a thinking being. But you have made a man of him for all that. He was only a machine before, and animated tool'.

John Ruskin: On art and life



Work on paper. Tryptic. 

100 x 210 cm.



Work on paper. Polyptych, four pieces. Intervention on paper and embossed.

200 x 140 cm.

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