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  1. My life in art. [Konstantin Stanislavsky; Jean Benedetti] -- "Stanislavski's autobiography is an inspirational testimony to an artist's imagination and endurance, and still has compelling resonance for today's practitioners. Translator Jean Benedetti brings Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.
  2. My life in Art My life in Art I had oil colors and gouache in my hands before I was able to talk; I colored photographs as a child and I must have developed my first photo when I was five. Our house and studio, at the corner of Amsterdam and Sonora Streets, was in the middle of the art life of Mexico City.
  3. "My Life in Art" is the autobiography of seminal Russian actor and teacher Konstantin Stanislavski. The book is divided into four sections: "Artistic Childhood," "Artistic Youth," "Artistic Adolescence," and "Artistic Adulthood.".
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  5. My Life in Art Quotes Showing of 1. “Love art in yourself, and not yourself in art.”. ― Constantin Stanislavski, My Life In Art. tags: art, inspirational, theatre. likes.
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  7. I thought that "My Life in Art" - especially my edition, which is the most current translation of the Russian version with wonderfully illuminating footnotes and addendum - was a fantastic read. Stanislavski's voice is so clear, and he absolutely draws you in with his conversational and friendly ballanaranuadakelvgukree.xyzinfo: Taylor & Francis.
  8. What a man! Every book reveals another panel of his being; every book delights, persuades, compels even reluctant admirers. This is yet a different Bemelmans. First the child, living an enchanted innocence on the shores of the Traunsee in Austria, in a period when &#; says he- every child is an artist at heart. Then an interlude, quickly bypassed, which has found expression in some earlier.

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