With reference to Picasso’s own works, art in a sense can be considered as a means of making a physical image for a psychological or corporeal truth. For instance a photograph is nothing but an image of something whereas it is not the thing itself.
The second part of the quotation nearer to the truth is one of those lure-and-attract things, if regarded uncharitably. According to Picasso what he means is that the artists mood is to form an illustration of reality which would help in bringing out the inner truth which cannot be perceived otherwise.
An artists physical sense is an expert tool which brings out the reality by striping a real thing of factors that hide other elements; the hidden elements, whether truly hidden or unquestioning or which can be inferred are the truth or truths which the artist attempts to bring closer to the reader.
“I myself, since the advent of Cubism, have fed these fellows what they wanted and satisfied these critics with all the ridiculous ideas that have passed through my mind. The less they understood them, the more they admired me. Through amusing myself with all these absurd farces, I became celebrated, and very rapidly. For a painter celebrity means sales and consequent affluence” (Pablo Picasso, 1952).
Art is the accompaniment of science. Science is actually related completely with associations, not with individuals, where as art is not only the revelation of the identity of the creative person but also an expression of individuality as imaginative of the future, in a unique reaction to circumstances as they were in the past. Some creative persons in their visualization of what might be but is not, have been witting insurgents. But objection and upheaval is not the structure which the labor of the artiste in formation of the future must essentially take. The actual vision of the artist is discontentment with things as art in being the manifestation of individuality (John Dewey, 1940).
Art is not the