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We must jump into the unknown to gain new insight. (Nicoletta Baumeister)

To the artist is sometimes granted a sudden, transient insight... A flash, and where previously the brain held a dead fact, the soul grasps a living truth! (Arnold Bennett)

A mere esthetic word-picture... may emulate the careful photograph, which seemingly loses nothing yet fails to catch the one necessary insight which the painter who is a genius puts into his picture. (William Wilfred Campbell)

Nothing is more terrible than activity without insight. (Thomas Carlyle)

What makes a painting is not technique; it's your vision and insight. (Alvaro Castagnet)

There is a road from the eye to the heart that does not go through the intellect. (G. K. Chesterton)

It is often we come the closest to the essence of an artist... in his or her pocket notebooks and travel sketchbooks... where written comments and personal notes provide an intimate insight into the magical mind of a working artist. (Eugene Delacroix)

And yet to catch the intuitive insight, I need to trust the first thought before I water it down with truth blocking defenses. (Julie Joelle Eliason)

What is required is sight and insight – then you might add one more: excite. (Robert Frost)

No one wants to know how clever you are. They don't want an insight into your mind, thrilling as it might be. They want an insight into their own. (Mark Haddon)

A moment's insight is sometimes worth a life's experience. (Oliver Wendell Holmes)

Reason does not work instinctively, but requires trial, practice, and instruction in order to gradually progress from one level of insight to another. (Immanuel Kant)

Re-investing in one's own little moments of insight is very important. (Anish Kapoor)

Is insight dependent on a material process? Has insight a cause? (Jiddu Krishnamurti)

Paint right into the darkness. While painting in these conditions the mind shifts gears, engaging the unconscious. Unique 'insights' happen in the dark. (Alison Mackie)

The insight is born with anxiety, guilt and the joy and gratification that is inseparable from the actualizing of a new idea or vision. (Rollo May)

It is impossible for artists to succeed in art unless they work with thought and true insight... one must... try and put his soul into the work. (Granville Redmond)

The painter should not become conscious of his insights without taking the way round through his mental processes. His advances, enigmatic even to himself, must enter so swiftly into the work that he is unable to recognize them at the moment of transition. For him, alas, who watches for them, delays them... they change like the fine gold in the fairy tale which can no longer remain gold because some detail went wrong. (Rainer Maria Rilke)