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De Kooning on Painting

“I’m a painter. And the trouble is, if you’re a painter, you get up in the morning and you work for awhile. Then you have something to eat. And then you go back to work. You stop and you worry about what you are doing. And you work some more. Then you stop and have something to eat. Then you’re tired, so you watch some TV. Then you go to bed, but you worry about what you did in your work that day. So you get up and you work some more. Then you go back to bed, and you worry.”

p. 218-9 Elaine & Bill: Portrait of a Marriage by Lee Hall

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