The assertion that art may be good art and at the same time incomprehensible to a great number of people is extremely unjust, and its consequences are ruinous to art itself … it is the same as saying some kind of food is good but most people can’t eat it.

Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) Russian novelist and moral philosopher
What Is Art? (1896)
Added on 4-Jun-11 | Last updated 4-Jun-11
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