English artist and art critic, who
championed modern artists such as Ce zanne, organizing the
first London exhibition of Post-Impressionists in 1910. He
devised an aesthetic theory of 'significant form'.
c.1930 Of Henry Moore. Quoted in Robert Medley Drawn from the Life: a Memoir
Art is significant deformity.
Art, significant, deformity
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