PICABIA Francis (1879-1953)

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PICABIA Francis (1879-1953)
Ten autograph aphorisms. S.d., 2 in-12 oblong pages in ink on blue paper, paginated. Framed under glass. Succession of ten autograph Picabian aphorisms, unpublished to date: "For me the goal is always the beginning. God invented good and evil, men invented happiness. There are no more beggars than people who do charity What is most beautiful in fish is flight, and in birds, swimming Ice cream was invented to give us a rest from watching us pay our debts is a weakness. There is no such thing as chance for fools. What bears a name is no longer original I despise all men who have prejudices I appreciate everything that people don't say". In his magazine 391, he "launches the fashion of the insulting point and the polemical aphorism".
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