With a professional's insight, an opinionated mind, and not a small amount of trademark dry wit, Oscar Wilde offers his advice on "what makes an artist and what does the artist make; what are the relations of the artist to his surroundings, what is the education the artist should get, and what is the quality of a good work of art." Read by Damian Hess.
"Art is the science of beauty, and Mathematics the science of truth: there is no national school of either... Nor is there any such thing as a school of art even. There are merely artists, that is all."