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   ACEO ACRYLIC PAINTING OF A BUCKET AND TOMATOES © NKOLIKA ANYABOLU

ACEO ACRYLIC PAINTING OF A BUCKET AND TOMATOES © NKOLIKA ANYABOLU

I see more and more that my work goes infinitely better when I am properly fed, and the paints are there, and the studio and all that. But have I set my heart on my work being a success? A thousand times no. I wish I could manage to make you really understand that when you give money to artists, you are yourself doing an artist's work, and that I only want my pictures to be of such a quality that you will not be too dissatisfied with your work.

Vincent Van Gogh