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Frederick Maxfield Parrish
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"...it is rather interesting to be alive and think of things; to take delight in the trivial qualities of the material world around you, having discovered long ago you don't have to go so far afield to get it. I sometimes think the dawn of a new day, the magic silence of mid-winter is about all there is, and however that may perhaps be, it is good to know no better."
 
"There are countless artists whose shoes I am not worthy to polish whose prints would not pay the printer, the question of judgement is a puzzling one."
 
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