“Your paintings are staggeringly beautiful. Did I ever tell you that, or was I just too concerned that you weren’t going to earn a living? I know the answer… I worried that the paint was so thickly applied that it might snap off and ruin someone’s carpet, rather than realizing that you’d made color itself tactile.”
— Rosamund Lupton, Sister
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Franz Peter Schubert, Wanderer Fantasy, Op.15.
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“It’s a touch of fantasy that you want. It adds just a touch of color, and you feel very feminine.”
— Anna Sui
“One should be a painter. As a writer, I feel the beauty, which is almost entirely colour, very subtle, very changeable, running over my pen, as if you poured a large jug of champagne over a hairpin.”
— Virginia Woolf, The Letters of Virginia Woolf: Volume Six, 1936-1941
Fantasy Art by Josephine Wall
“But it was fantasy, and she knew it. It was her fantasy, and the fantasy of everyone else who would look at her and at her pictures; and it would stop being real the moment the man with the camera stopped clicking.”
— Umair Naeem, “Drowning Shadows”