A work [of art], may indeed be complex, but it is never complicated. A work that is highly refined attains beauty, never as result of its confused state which adds to its complications, but always as a result of a simple and well defined intent, which might add to its complexity. A work therefore can be utterly decorated to the point of vulgarity, or indeed it can be terribly simple, reduced to its bare essentials to be regarded a thing of beauty….only when it is neither of the two, that it becomes mundane, uninitiated and ugly.



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