„In art progress does not consist in extension, but in the knowledge of limits.
Limitation of means determines style, engenders new form, and give impulses to creation.
Limited means often constitute the charm and force of primitive painting. Extension, on the contrary, leads the arts to decadence.
New means, new subjects.
The subject is not the object; it is a new unity, a lyricism which grows completely from the means.“
— Georges Braque French painter and sculptor 1882 - 1963
p. 423 - short quotes by Georges Braque on 'Means' - Paris, 1917