Portal:Arts/Selected quote

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  1. Select a new quote attributed to a different individual than any of those currently quoted below.
  2. Add a new Quote to the next available subpage, using the layout format from the link above.
  3. Add a citation of where the quote was stated on that subpage below the quote.
  4. Update the "Random subpage" start and end values at the Main Portal page to include the new Quote.

Quote list

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Leo Tolstoy

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Leonard Baskin, Publishers Weekly (April 5, 1965)

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Marcel Duchamp, The Creative Act (1957)

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Salvador Dalí
Salvador Dalí, People (September 27, 1976)

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Giuseppe Verdi. Portrait by Giovanni Boldini, 1886

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Steve Martin

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Ralph Richardson

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Ingmar Bergman

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Francis Ford Coppola

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Robert Redford
Robert Redford, 1997

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Earl Warren

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W. H. Auden

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Ani DiFranco

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Adam Smith

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Sergei Prokofiev

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Edward Albee

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Carol Burnett

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Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

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Karel Čapek

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William Shakespeare


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