Antoni Gaudí

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Antoni Gaudi, Parc Güell, Barcelona, Spain, The great book, always open and which we should make an effort to read, is that of Nature; the other books are taken from it, and in them there are the mistakes and misinterpretations of men.

Antoni Plàcid Guillem Gaudí i Cornet (25 June, 185210 June, 1926), also known as Antonio Gaudí, was a Catalan architect famous for his highly individual designs. He was associated with the Modernisme and Art Nouveau movements.

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  • Men may be divided into two types: men of words and men of action. The first speaks; the latter act. I am of the second group. I lack the means to express myself adequately. I would not be able to explain to anyone my artistic concepts. I have not yet concretised them. I never had time to reflect on them. My hours have been spent in my work.
  • La Razón, 1913
  • Gaudi by Gijs Van Hensbergen, introduction p.xxxii [1]



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