Barbara Brickner Gallery Fifteen
- “If every individual is worthy of observation as a single thought or idea of nature, how much more so is beauty, for it is a higher and more general conception of nature: it is her idea of a species. This is why beauty is so captivating; it is nature’s principal and fundamental thought, whereas the individual is only a secondary thought, a corollary.”
- -Schopenhauer, Parerga and Paralipomena (1851).
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