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“I don’t think that an artist should bother about his audience. His best audience is the person he sees in his shaving mirror every morning. I think that the audience an artist imagines, when he imagines that kind of a thing, is a room filled with people wearing his own mask.”

July 1962 interview with Peter Duval-Smith and Christopher Burstall, in Strong Opinions (New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1973), 18.
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