The Clear View(White Canvas) - creative writing course

The Clear View(White Canvas)


Some of our best beloved writers quotes at Kritikme to offer you consolation and inspiration every writing day. Pop this canvas next to your desk and take one good piece of advice a day for immediate relief from the doldrums.


    • 30 x 30 cm (11.75" x 11.75") or 60 x 60cm (23.5" x 23.5")
    • 3cm thick
    • ready to hang
    • UV coating scratch resistant
    • wipe with damp cloth (and then do canvas too!)
  • The art featured is (in order left to right):

    Arthur Hughes ‘Aurora Leigh’s Dismissal of Romney (‘The Tryst’) 1860

    Charles Ricketts ‘Frontispiece to ‘The Dial’’ 1886

    John Brett ‘The British Channel Seen from the Dorsetshire Cliffs’ 1871

    William Blake ‘The Body of Abel Found by Adam and Eve’ 1826

    James Abbott McNeill Whistler ‘Nocturne: Blue and Silver - Chelsea’ 1871

    Helen Beatrix Potter Illustrations for 'The Tailor of Gloucester’ c.1902

    Albert Joseph Moore ‘A Sleeping Girl’ c.1875

    George Frederic Watts ‘Hope’ 1886

    Arthur Hacket ‘The Annunication’ 1892

    The quotations featured are (in order left to right):

    'Literature is all, or mostly, about sex.' 

    Anthony Burgess

    'Books are a uniquely portable magic.' 

    Stephen King

    'What I needed with all my starved and silent soul was just that particular way of shouting back at the world.' 

    Iris Murdoch

    'I must create a system or be enslaved by another mans; I will not reason and compare: my business is to create.' 

    William Blake

    'And suddenly everything became clear to him...' 

    Anton Chekhov

    'There is something delicious about writing the first words of a story. You never quite know where they'll take you.'

    Beatrix Potter

    'We need never be ashamed of our tears.' 

    Charles Dickens

    'I am moved by fancies that are curled Around these images, and cling:

    The notion of some infinitely gentle 

    Infinitely suffering thing.' 

    TS Eliot

    'That is the mystery of grace: it never comes too late.' 

    Francois Mauriac